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Canadian Public Policy Collection

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This collection brings together monograph publications from a variety of Canadian public policy institutes, research institutes, think tanks, advocacy groups, government agencies and university research centers. The organizations included in this collection represent primary research and opinion in all areas of Canadian public policy. Includes the Canadian Health Research Collection.

Materials indexed: monographs, reports, and other documents

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2002-01-01 to current 
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Institutions whose publications are included are listed on the main page of this database 
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Anthropology, Canadian Studies, Communication, Criminology, First Nations, Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies, Gerontology, Health Care & Epidemiology, Health Policy, Health Sciences, Labour Studies, Policy Analysis, Political Science, Public Policy, Resource & Environmental Management, Sociology, Urban Studies 
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You may NOT post or upload an electronic copy.Create a link to the item instead. 
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5.6. Institution and its Authorized Users may not make electronic copies of the Materials for the purpose of any form of electronic redistribution, including coursepacks, reserve or interlibrary loan systems. 
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