Assessing the needs of Aboriginal people in the Kitchener, Waterloo, and Cambridge areas
Authors: Martin J. Cooke, K. Anthony, J. McWhirter, and D. Lesar
Stéphanie Gaudet, Martin J. Cooke, and Joanna Jacob (2012).
Analyzing Canadian women working after childbirth as lifecourse transition
Martin J. Cooke, Piotr Wilk, Kenneth W. Paul, and Shelley L. H. Gonneville (2013).
Predictors of obesity among Métis children: Socio-economic, behavioural and cultural factors
Canadian Journal of Public Health , 298-303
Martin J. Cooke and Erin O'Sullivan (2013).
The effects of migration on the First Nations and Inuit Community Well-Being Index
Martin J. Cooke (2004).
Social assistance and female lone parents: An analysis of durations and transitions
Martin J. Cooke (2009).
A welfare trap? The duration and dynamics of social assistance use among lone mothers in Canada
Canadian Review of Sociology , 179-206
Jasmin Bhawra, Martin J. Cooke, Yanling Guo, and Piotr Wilk (2017).
The association of household food security, household characteristics and school environment with obesity status among off-reserve First Nations and Métis children and youth in Canada: results from the 2012 Aboriginal Peoples Survey
Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada: Research, Policy and Practice , 77-86
Christopher J. Ryan, Martin J. Cooke, Sharon I. Kirkpatrick, Scott T. Leatherdale, and Piotr Wilk (2018).
The correlates of physical activity among adult Métis
Ethnicity and Health , 629-648