The Abbotsford Post was published in Abbotsford, in the Fraser Valley region of southwestern British Columbia. The Post was published and edited by John Alexander Bates, and it was the first paper targeted specifically at the Abbotsford area. The paper has since been bought and sold a number of times, and continues to be published to this day under the title of the Abbotsford News.
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The implications of the feminization of the primary care physician workforce on service supply: a systematic reviewLindsay Hedden, Morris L Barer, Karen Cardiff, Kimberlyn M McGrail, Michael R Law & Ivy L Bourgeault
There is a widespread perception that the increasing proportion of female physicians in most developed countries is contributing to a primary care service shortage because females work less and provide less patient care compared with their male counterparts. There has, however, been no comprehensive investigation of the effects of primary care physician (PCP) workforce feminization on service supply. We undertook a systematic review to examine the current evidence that quantifies the effect of feminization on...
Photograph depicts view of blacksmith shop
Photograph depicts man on path in the Butchart's Gardens
Second C.P. R.M.S. Empress of Britain in lock of the Panama Canal perhaps taken by a traveler from the second C.P. R.M.S. Empress of Britain's world cruise in 1930.
The British Columbia Record was published in Vancouver, and ran from June 1916 to July 1922. The Record was published every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. As the official publication for the Architectural Institute of B.C., the B.C. Builders’ Exchange, and the Building and Construction Industries’ Exchange of B.C., the Record primarily covered news related to building, contracting, engineering, real estate, and industrial finance. The Record was published by the Record Publishing Company, which had previously...
Unidentified C.P.R. locomotive with automobile beside it.