about Brian Thom
My wife Karen Fediuk is an award-winning researcher who works on Indigenous food systems (www.karenfediuk.ca). We are parents of two fine young men.
I am on several social media channels (below), though Facebook is mainly for family and friends.
I have played D&D since the late 70s, and ran a long-time campaign [blog] now in hiatus. I look forward to playing again...
Library Access for non-Open Access Links
Several of the papers on this site are not yet available as open-access versions. Many of these are will be available through your library, but you have to log in to your library's database to be able to see it. Normally, this involves heading to your library's website and logging-in with your library card. Then if that article or ebook is in your library's database, it will be availabe to you.
If you are in school, your librarian should be able to help you with this.
If you use a public library, you should start at your library's database page:
Vancouver Island Regional Library: https://virl.bc.ca/learn/research/databases/
Greater Victoria Public Library: https://www.gvpl.ca/howdoi/digital/
Fraser Valley Regional Library: https://www.fvrl.bc.ca/databases.php
Gibsons and District Public Library: https://gibsons.bc.libraries.coop/research/databases/
Vancouver Public Library: https://www.vpl.ca/digitallibrary
North Vancouver District Library: https://nvdpl.ca/databases
New Westminster Public Library: https://www.nwpl.ca/discover-online-tools/e-resources/
Burnaby Public Library: https://www.bpl.bc.ca/databases