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  1. National Aboriginal Health Organization. (2011) Arthritis/rheumatism among Métis adults: Findings from the 2006 Aboriginal Peoples Survey. Retrieved June 10, 2011 from www.naho.ca/documents/metiscentre/english/2011_arthritis_factsheet.pdf

  2. Shah, B. R., Cauch-Dudek, K., & Pigeau, L. (2011). Diabetes prevalence and care in the Metis population of Ontario, Canada. Diabetes Care, 34(12), 2555-2556.

  3. Wesche, S., Ryan, R., & Carry, C. (2011). First Nations, Inuit and Métis: Respiratory Health Initiatives Environmental Scan. Ottawa: National Aboriginal Health Organization.

  4. Monette, L. E., Rourke, S. B., Gibson, K., Bekele, T. M., Tucker, R., Greene, S., et al. Inequalities in determinants of health among Aboriginal and Caucasian persons living with HIV/AIDS in Ontario: results from the Positive Spaces, Healthy Places Study. Can J Public Health, 102(3), 215-219.

  5. Milligan, S. (2010). 2006 Aboriginal Population Profile for Kamloops. Retrieved January 20, 2011, from http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/89-638-x/2010004/article/11083-eng.pdf

  6. Smylie, J., Fell, D., & Ohlsson, A. (2010). A review of Aboriginal infant mortality rates in Canada: striking and persistent Aboriginal/non-Aboriginal inequities. Can J Public Health, 101(2), 143-148.

  7. Cloutier, E., Bougie, E., & Tait, H. (2010). Aboriginal Language Indicators for Métis Children Under the Age of Six in Canada. Retrieved January 20, 2011, from http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/89-643-x/2010001/article/11277-eng.pdf

  8. Smylie, J. (2010). Achieving Strength through Numbers: First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Health Information. Vancouver: National Collaborating Centre for Aboriginal Health.

  9. Kumar, M. B., & Janz, T. (2010). An exploration of cultural activities of Métis in Canada. Canadian Social Trends, 89, 63-69.

  10. Walker, S., Saltman, D. L., Colucci, R., & Martin, L. (2010). Awareness of risk factors among persons at risk for lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and sleep apnea: A Canadian population-based study. Can Respir J, 17(6), 287-294.