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UOTTAWALSR 1100George KarlisFall

LSR 1100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Calgary International Film Festival, Just For Laughs, Leisure Studies

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UOTTAWALSR 1100George KarlisFall

LSR 1100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Childhood Obesity, Bronchitis

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Chapter 14 the future of leisure and recreation: Social trends can help us understand what canadian society will look like in the future it"s dif cult
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UOTTAWALSR 1100George KarlisFall

LSR 1100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Heritage Tourism, Cultural Tourism, Canadian Dollar

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Tourism is looked as the largest industry within the leisure and recreation eld. Tourism can be looked at from the standpoint of the tourist and his or
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UOTTAWALSR 1100George KarlisFall

LSR 1100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Royal Montreal Golf Club, Montreal Hockey Club, Royal Canadian Yacht Club

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Leisure and recreation prior to the dominion of canada. Reminder that you should really know the title for each century, as the content inside is not a
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UOTTAWALSR 1100George KarlisFall

LSR 1100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3, 11, 12: Ecotourism, International Volunteering, Heritage Tourism

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Chapter 3: the history of leisure and recreation. Leisure and recreation prior to the dominion of canada: Inuit/aboriginal people hunting & fishing for
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UOTTAWALSR 1100George KarlisFall

LSR 1100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Sustainable Tourism, Environment And Climate Change Canada, Mountain Biking

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Were partially created for tourism and recreation purposes. Offer important bene ts and opportunities to canadians. Provide a sense of belonging and cu
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UOTTAWALSR 1100George KarlisFall

LSR 1100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Life Satisfaction, Active Living, Joie De Vivre

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To understand ourselves, other individuals, and the society we live in. Becoming aware of the role leisure and recreation can play in our identity. Ful
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UOTTAWALSR 1100George KarlisFall

LSR 1100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Conestoga College, United States, Pierre Jeanpierre

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Leisure and recreation seem to be the same but possess many differences. The foundation of the concepts of leisure and recreation. 1990, no ph. d progr
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UOTTAWALSR 1100George Karlis

LSR 1100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Consumerism, September 11 Attacks, National Parks Conservation Association

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UOTTAWALSR 2118Eileen O' ConnorFall

LSR2118 Chapter 1: ICA #1

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Four our assignment we decided to use the metamorphism of a butterfly to depict the various stages in the lifecycle and illustrate the characteristics
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UOTTAWALSR 1100George Karlis

LSR 1100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Ecotourism, International Volunteering, Destination Canada

Tourism: traveling for pleasure and the business of attracting tourists: key terms include travel for business, travel for pleasure, and travel to visi
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UOTTAWALSR 2118Eileen O' ConnorFall

LSR 2118 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Food Bank, Health Promotion

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Yes, i am studying nutrition at the university of ottawa so am passionate about health promotion. I play for the university of ottawa women"s soccer te
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