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Healing from a former diabetic patient. Marie Dormevil. Victoria, B.C.: Trafford. ISBN ISBN
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Emotional and interpersonal dimensions of health services health services Managed care The benefits covered under a health contract : enriching the art of care with the science of care. Edited by Laurette Dube, Guylaine Ferland, D.S D.S Drainage Structure (flood protection) . Moskowitz. Montreal. Published for the McGill Initiative for the Integrative Management of Health in collaboration with Institut universitaire de geriatrie de Montreal by McGill-Queen's University Press. Papers originally presented at a conference held at the Faculty of Management, McGill University, May 18-19, 2000.
Evaluation of the National Homelessness Initiative: implementation and early outcomes of the HRDC-based Components Final Report, Strategic evaluations, evaluation and data development, strategic policy. Human Resources Development Canada “HRDC” redirects here. For other uses, see HRDC (disambiguation).
The Department of Human Resources Development, also referred to as Human Resources Development Canada (HRDC), is a former department of the Government of Canada. , Ottawa.
Adapted physical activity. Dr. Robert D. Steadward, Garry D. Wheeler, E. Jane Watkinson, Editors. The University of Alberta Press The University of Alberta Press (UAP) is a publishing house and a division of the University of Alberta that engages in academic publishing. Overview
UAP is situated in Ring House 2 on the University of Alberta campus, located in Edmonton, Alberta, and publishes an , Edmonton. ISBN 0-88864-375-6 $89.95
Hero's journey boardgame; a psycho-educational, diagnostic and therapeutic tool for use with children 8-12 years of age who have been exposed to women abuse. Victim Services of Peel. 905.568.8800 $90.00
Menya: an end of life story. Morris Wolfe. Grubstreet Books, Toronto. 416.766.0340 $24.95
Compendium of health human resource strategies to sustain programs and services, May 2003. Hamilton District Council, www.hdhc.ca/publications.htm
Living with prenatal drug exposure: a guide for parents. Lissa Cowan and Jennifer Lee; researched and developed by Emilie Cameron. Vancouver: Ben Simon Press. ISBN 0-914539-20-5
Living with FASD FASD Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
FASD Fleetwood Area School District (Pennsylvania)
FASD Florida Association for Staff Development
FASD Finnish Association of Sports for the Disabled
FASD Finnish Association of Securities Dealers : a guide for parents. Sara Graefe. Vancouver, Ben Simon Press. ISBN 0-914539-19-1
Parlons-nous: un guide pour la securite des enfants. Marcelle Lamarche et Jean-Francois Beauchemin. Montreal: Editions de l'Homme. ISBN 2-7619-1854-1
Mosby's Canadian textbook for the support worker. Sheila A. Sorrentino. Toronto, Mosby. ISBN 0-920513-46-8 $72.95
Consumer and family involvement: findings from a survey of mental health and addictions programs in Hamilton. August 2003, Hamilton District Council, www.hdhc.ca/publications.htm
How our programs affect population health determinants: a workbook for better planning and accountability. Population and Public Health Branch, Manitoba and Saskatchewan Region, Health Canada, www.hcsc.ge.ca/hppb/phdd/progphd/index.html
Aboriginal conditions: research as a foundation for public policy. Jerry P. White, Paul S. Maxim, and Dan Beavon, Editors. Vancouver, UBC UBC Uniform Building Code
UBC University of British Columbia
UBC Union of the Baltic Cities
UBC United Brotherhood of Carpenters
UBC Universal Battery Charger
UBC Union of Baltic Cities
UBC Universal Bibliographic Control
UBC Used Beverage Cans Press. ISBN 0-7748-1022-X
Passing through: end of life decisions of gays, lesbians, gay men. Jeanette A. Auger. Black Point, N.S.: Fernwood Pub. ISBN 1-55266--117-2 $14.95
Buller men and batty bwoys: hidden men in Toronto and Halifax black communities. Wesley Crichlow. Toronto: University of Toronto Research at the University of Toronto has been responsible for the world's first electronic heart pacemaker, artificial larynx, single-lung transplant, nerve transplant, artificial pancreas, chemical laser, G-suit, the first practical electron microscope, the first cloning of T-cells, Press. ISBN 0-8020-8942-9 $50.00
Please don't let me go, papa! Riccardo Di Done. Montreal: Organization for the Protection of Children's Rights The opportunity for children to participate in political and legal decisions that affect them; in a broad sense, the rights of children to live free from hunger, abuse, neglect, and other inhumane conditions. . ISBN 2-923161-00-9
Women in a world at war: seven dispatches from the front. Madeleine Gagnon; translated by Phyllis Aronoff & Howard Scott Burnaby, B.C., Talonbooks. ISBN 0-88922-483-8 $24.95
The naked truth: the untold story of sex in Canada. Chris Gudgeon. Vancouver: Greystone Books. ISBN 1-55365-015-8 $22.95
In pursuit of excellence: celebrating 30 years of S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Vancouver, S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Includes text in English and Chinese. ISBN 1-896148-29-8
The golden bridge: young immigrants to Canada, 1833-1939. Marjorie Kohli. Toronto: Natural Heritage Books. ISBN 1-896219-90-X $34.95
The Natashas: the new global sex trade. Victor Malarek. Toronto, Viking Canada. ISBN 0-670-04312-5 $36.00
Managing two worlds: the experiences and concerns of immigrant youth in Ontario. Edited by Paul Anisef and Kenise Murphy Kilbride, editors. Toronto, Canadian Scholar's Press. ISBN 1-55130-217-9
What if? Asma Pumpi Moore. Victoria, BC, Traffor. ISBN 1-4120-0585-X
Between history and tomorrow: making and breaking everyday life in rural Newfoundland. Gerald Sider. Peterborough, ON, Broadview Press. ISBN 1-55111-517-4 $22.95
Sisters or strangers: immigrant, ethnic and racialized women in Canadian history, edited by Marlene Epp, Franca Iacovetta, Frances Swyripa. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. ISBN 0-8020-8609-8 $29.95.
Bullying: deal with it before push comes to shove. Resource guide. Elaine Slavens. Toronto, J. Lorimer Lor´i`mer
n. 1. A maker of bits, spurs, and metal mounting for bridles and saddles; hence, a saddler. . ISBN 1-55028-782-6 $20.00
Aboriginal voices and the politics of representation in Canadian introductory sociology. John Steckley. Toronto, Canadian Scholars' Press. ISBN 1-55130-248-9
Seven months as a transient in the streets. Thomas E. Youngreen. Victoria, B.C.: Trafford. ISBN 1-4120-0603-1
George Davidson: social policy and public policy exemplar. Richard Splane. Ottawa, Canadian Council on Social Development. ISBN 0-88810-522-3
Family law conference, 2003: materials prepared for the Continuing Legal Education The purpose of continuing legal education is to maintain or sharpen the skills of licensed attorneys and judges. Accredited courses examine new areas of the law or review basic practice and trial principles. seminar, 5th Biennial Family Law Conference, held in Vancouver, B.C. on July 10 & 11, 2003. Vancouver: Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia, 2003. ISBN 1-55258-285-X
Tough on kids: rethinking approaches, to youth justice. Ross Gordon Green and Kearney F. Healy. Saskatoon Saskatoon (săskətn`), city (1991 pop. 186,058), S central Sask., Canada, on the South Saskatchewan River. Purich Pub. ISBN 1-895830-22-2 $28.00
New directions in youth justice: English as a second language activity guide. Vancouver, Law Courts Education Society of British Columbia. ISBN 0-7726-4617-1
New directions in youth justice: law activity guide. Vancouver: Law Courts Education Society of British Columbia, 2001. ISBN 0-7726-4616-3
New directions in youth justice: "story of James": case studies for alternative schools. Vancouver, Law Courts Education Society of British Columbia. ISBN 0-7726-4614-7
In pursuit of equal participation: Canada and disability at home and abroad, Henry Enns and Aldred H. Neufeldt.
Making equality: history of advocacy and persons with disabilities in Canada. Deborah Stienstra and Aileen Wight Felske.
Making changes: a book for women in abusive relationships. Lynda Ceresne. Halifax, Nova Scotia For other uses, see Halifax.
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Morgentaler: a difficult hero. Catherine Dunphy. Etobicoke ON, Wiley. ISBN 0-470-83356-4 $28.95
Health, healing and medicine: holistic approach holistic approach A term used in alternative health for a philosophical approach to health care, in which the entire Pt is evaluated and treated. See Alternative medicine, Holistic medicine. to healing and health maintenance. Edited by George E. Lasker, Ayten Aydin. Windsor, ON. International Institute for Advanced Studies in Systems Research and Cybernetics cybernetics [Gr.,=steersman], term coined by American mathematician Norbert Wiener to refer to the general analysis of control systems and communication systems in living organisms and machines. . Adresses presented at the 14th International Conference on Systems Research, Informatics and Cybernetics, held in Baden-Baden, Germany, July 29-Aug. 3, 2002. ISBN 1-894613-30-9
Lifelong issues. Edited by Sara Graefe. Vancouver, Ben Simon Press. ISBN 0-914539-22-1
Sinistres en milieu rural Danielle Maltais. Chicoutimi, Quebec. Editions JCL (Job Control Language) A command language for mini and mainframe operating systems that launches applications. It specifies priority, program size and running sequence as well as the files and databases used.
JCL - Job Control Language . ISBN 2-89431-298-9 24,95 $
Reconstructing the quality of cancer services in Ontario. edited by Terrence Sullivan et at. Ottawa, CHA Press. ISBN 1-896151-09-4
Responding to the oppression of addiction: Canadian social work perspectives. Edited by Rick Csiernik and William S. Rowe. Toronto, Canadian Scholars' Press. ISBN 1-55130-240-3
Romanow papers. Edited by Gregory P. Marchildon, Tom McIntosh and Pierre-Gerlier Forest. Toronto, University of Toronto, University of, at Toronto, Ont., Canada; nondenominational; provincially supported; coeducational; founded 1827 as King's College. It achieved university status in 1849 and is governed under the Univ. of Toronto Act (1971). Toronto Press: ISBN 0-8020-8626-8 (set) $75.00
Special needs. Edited by Sara Graefe. Vancouver, Ben Simon Press. ISBN 0-914539-23-X
A toolkit for parents. Edited by Sara Graefe. Vancouver, Ben Simon Press. ISBN 0-914539-24-8
Violence envers les femmes et les enfants en contexte familial: theories explicatives et donnees empiriques: actes du colloque tenu a Sherbrooke le 15 mai 2001 dans le cadre du 69e Congres de l'Acfas. sous la direction de Claire Chamberland, Dominique Damant. Montreal: Groupe de recherche re·cher·ché
1. Uncommon; rare.
2. Exquisite; choice.
3. Overrefined; forced.
4. Pretentious; overblown. et d'action sur la victimisation des enfants, 2003. CRI-VIFF. ISBN 2-922996-02-6 13,00 $.
Literacy and learning: acknowledging Aboriginal holistic approaches to learning in relation to "best practices" literacy training programs: final report by Eileen Antone, Peter Gamlin and Lois Provost-Turchetti. Toronto: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto is a teachers' college in Toronto, Ontario. It was founded in 1996 as a merger of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education and the Faculty of Education in the University of Toronto (which from 1920 to , University of Toronto. ISBN 0-7727-2610-8 $20.00
The state of data on early childhood education and care in Canada: national data project final report. Gordon Cleveland et al. Toronto: Childcare Resource and Research Unit, University of Toronto. ISBN 1-896051-26-X $28.00
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