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From Weekly Acquisitions List 17-33 (August 18, 2017)

  • Analysis of housing choices and changing housing needs of seniors and pre-seniors by age group
  • Why is judicial independence important to you?
  • Potential policy measures to support a strong and growing economy - positioning Canada's financial sector for the future
  • Delaying justice is denying justice - an urgent need to address lengthy court delays in Canada
  • Active offer - a culture of respect, a culture of excellence

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Canada 150: A look back – 1930s

Eastern Canada

Types of farming

As Canada began to recover from the Great Depression, drought and insect conditions continued to affect the Prairie provinces. This comprehensive census of Prairie farms was undertaken to provide the Canadian government with a better understanding of the locations, numbers, types, and production of farms, in hopes of improving the agricultural situation.

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From Weekly Acquisitions List 17-32 (August 11, 2017)

  • Abuse is wrong in any language
  • The incredible benefits of direct deposit
  • A breath of fresh air - how updating indoor air quality standards can improve employee health and productivity
  • Low income among persons with a disability in Canada
  • Access to Information Act - CRTC annual report

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Canada 150: A look back – 1920s

Eastern Canada

Eastern Canada

After a period of post-war economic hardship and low immigration, the Canadian government began encouraging immigration from 'preferred' countries such as the United States, Britain and Northern Europe. This publication provides important information for settlers, including lists of Canadian Government Agents, detailed maps, and descriptions of the climate and primary agricultural activities in Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Quebec, and Ontario.

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From Weekly Acquisitions List 17-31 (August 4, 2017)

  • Engaging stakeholders and citizens in long-term protection of species at risk and their habitats
  • Celebrating Canada's 150th - the Canada 150 bank note -- a unique design depicting our history, land and culture.
  • If a work-related accident occurs ...
  • Immigrant languages in Canada
  • Did you know that lithium batteries are dangerous goods?

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