1 edition of Confidential to the Board of Directors Project 25-44 (Sudbury) Vocational Resource Centre found in the catalog.
Confidential to the Board of Directors Project 25-44 (Sudbury) Vocational Resource Centre
|Other titles||Breaking the welfare trap : an evaluation of Project 25-44.|
|Statement||L.E. Cortis ... [et al.] .|
|Contributions||Cortis, L. E., Project 25-44 (Sudbury, Ontario)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||115|
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