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  • the “state and municipal employment” feature, whatever its changing title, was states’ and localities’ attempt to capture employment statistics similar to those captured by the “federal employment work” feature but extending to more than just immigrants. statistics listed were the number of (1) applications from employers seeking workers, (2) workers sought, (3) people applying for work, (4) people referred for a job, and (5) positions filled. these statistics were reported initially only for u.s. cities but, later, through provincial employment bureaus in montreal and quebec city, also for cities in canada. in july 1917, without citing any reason, the review stopped publishing the “federal employment work” feature, and the other two features lapsed in october 1917. bls.gov

  • another flaw in the current system is that because we tend most often to interact with us scientists, it is heavily biased by the us scientific culture. even when such smes report observations from overseas, they are like parisians observing quebec: their recollections are either without context, or more insidiously, unconsciously interpreted through the lens of us s&t practices. cia.gov

  • the ecs does not work on its own. vincenzo di marzo, phd, a professor and cannabinoid researcher at the université laval in quebec city, quebec, explains that by attaching to a receptor called cb1, endocannabinoids also help relay messages to other neurotransmitters involved in producing or preventing anxiety. this function is an important one, as researchers have learned that repeated exposure to stress can cause the ecs to burn out. says hill, “it’s one of the reasons why people under chronic stress are more vulnerable to stress-related mental-health conditions like anxiety.” everydayhealth.com

  • see c. c. nish, ed., quebec in the duplessis era, 1935–1959 (1970); f. grenier, ed., quebec (1972); w. d. coleman, the independence movement in quebec, 1945–80 (1984); a. greer, peasant, lord and merchant: rural society in three quebec parishes, 1740–1840 (1985); r. handler, nationalism and the politics of culture in quebec (1988); h. guidon, quebec society (1988). factmonster.com

  • dr. friedman: that is true. well infoway and even at some of the provincial levels of quebec or as they say the nation of quebec, when their government was essentially trying to reset their surveillance in public health data and very pleased to say that what they used as essentially the framework for that was that model for the 2002 report because they wanted to be sure that they could have incorporated as many different data perspectives as possible. this is for going on but this is a way for saying that i think if the committee does – hhs.gov

  • see c. c. nish, ed., quebec in the duplessis era, 1935–1959 (1970); f. grenier, ed., quebec (1972); w. d. coleman, the independence movement in quebec, 1945–80 (1984); a. greer, peasant, lord and merchant: rural society in three quebec parishes, 1740–1840 (1985); r. handler, nationalism and the politics of culture in quebec (1988); h. guidon, quebec society (1988). infoplease.com

  • a view of the city of quebec, the capital of canada, taken partly from pointe des peres, and partly on board the vanguard man of war, by captain hervey smyth vue de la ville de québec, capitale du canada, prise en partie de la ponte des peres, et en partie àbord de l'avantgarde vaisseau de guerre, par le cape. hervey smyth / 1768] | 1 printillus. in ne1714 .s4 (folio) [general collections] | lc-usz62-45579 (b&w film copy neg.) loc.gov

  • that's what dr. eric larose, from the quebec heart and lung institute at laval university, found after studying 20 marathon runners, aged 18 to 60, who had each run an average of eight marathons. larose evaluated the athletes before and right after the quebec city marathon, and again three months later. medicinenet.com

  • worldwide, tyrosinemia type i affects about 1 in 100,000 individuals. this type is more common in norway where 1 in 60,000 to 74,000 individuals are affected. tyrosinemia type i is even more common in quebec, canada where it occurs in about 1 in 16,000 individuals. in the saguenay-lac st. jean region of quebec, tyrosinemia type i affects 1 in 1,846 people. medlineplus.gov

  • in a case-control study conducted in the wake of a large measles outbreak, people who received the shot earlier were about six times as likely to become ill as those whose vaccination was later, according to gaston de serres, md, phd, of the quebec national institute for public health in quebec city. medpagetoday.com

  • tyler grew up in southern quebec on a small beef farm which served as a rescue for the town’s unwanted animals. it was on the farm where her love for animals grew. quickly she knew that veterinary care was her path in life. now that she has graduated from vanier college in animal health technology, she is looking to find her niche in the animal health world and looks to explore the many opportunities that come with being a veterinary technician. merckmanuals.com

  • the authors want to thank jacques corbeil and frederic raymond (research center in infectious diseases of the chu de quebec and laval university, quebec) for their help and useful advice. this work was funded by grants from finovi foundation, the région auvergne rhône-alpes (cmira no. 14007029 and accueilpro coopera no. 15458 grants), and canadian institutes of health research (no. 229733 and 230187). claire nicolas de lamballerie was funded by national association for research in technology (anrt). guy boivin is the holder of the canada research chair on influenza and other respiratory viruses. funding institutions had no participation in the design of the study, collection, analysis and interpretation of data, or in the writing of the manuscript. nih.gov