Master's theses

Legault, Maria E. (2013). Lived Experiences of the Trails: Perspectives from Three Southwestern Ontario Trail Organizations

Yudina, Olga (2014). Representations of Polar Bears in Tourism: Exploring Power Relations through Discourse Analysis

Grant, Emily (2015). Exploring the impact of diverse urban environments on wellbeing.

Holmes, Allison P. (2015). 'This Sacred Land is Our Home: Respectful Visitors Welcome': An Indigenized code of conduct for visitors to the traditional lands of the Lutsel K'e Dene First Nation

Leeming, Julie. (2016). Addressing Cultural Vulnerabilities in Arctic Tourism: Kindness as 'Third Space'.

Stevens, Zachary M. (2017). Outcomes of Natural Play and Learning Spaces: A Collaborative Case Study with KidActive.

Taylor, Madyson. (2018). Elephant-based Volunteer Tourism: An exploration of participant experiences and reflections on captive elephant welfare in Thailand.

MacDonald, Andrew. (2019). A Mixed Methods Evaluation of the Pinery Provincial Park Smartphone Application Pilot Project.

Pludwinski, Brandon. (2019). “Stop paddling and see where we are”: A postcolonial mobile deconstruction of environmental discourses (re)produced on summer camp canoe trips through Algonquin Park.

Belanger, Brendan. (2019). Tracking Denesoline Knowledge and Narratives along Ancestral Waters.

Stinson, Michela. (2019). Beta and bolt hangers: An Actor-Network approach to storying the Niagara Escarpment.

Milne, Jordana. (2020). A phenomenological investigation of spirituality in outdoor recreation experiences.