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Coordination and integration of primary health care within local health integration networks. The Association of Ontario Health Centres, Toronto. www.aohc.org

Health Care Renewal in Canada : Accelerating Change January 2005, Health Council of Canada, Ottawa www.hcc-ccs.com/report

Samuel Thomas Greene : a legend in the nineteenth century deaf community. Clifton F. Carbin. Belleville, ON. : Epic Press. ISBN 1-55306-956-0 $29.95

Caprices et petits bobos : education aux valeurs par le theatre. Louis Cartier, Chantale Metivier. Montreal : Cheneliere/McGrawHill. ISBN 2-7650-0774-8 32,95 $

The freedom to smoke : tobacco consumption and identity. Jarrett Rudy. Montreal: McGillQueen's University Press. ISBN 0-7735-2910-1

Collecting data on Aboriginal people in the criminal justice system: methods and challenges. Statistics Canada, Ottawa.

Learning a living: first results of the adult literacy and life skills survey, 2003. (89-603-XWE, free), Statistics Canada, Ottawa. www.statcan.ca

Income in Canada 2003 (75-202-XIE, free) and Income Trends in Canada, 2003. (13F0022XIE, $209).

Between a rock and a hard place: parents forced to place their children with severe disabilities in the custody of Children's Aid Societies to obtain necessary care. Special Ombudsman Response Team,Toronto. www.ombudsman.on.ca

Realizing the potential of home care: competing for excellence by rewarding results: a review of the competitive bidding process used by Ontario's Community Care Access Centres (CCASS) to select providers of goods and services. Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, Toronto. www.health.gov.on.ca

Still not there. Quality End-of-Life Care: A Progress Report June 2005, Senator Sharon Carstairs, www..parl.gc.ca/scarstairs

RBC Housing Affordability Index, Toronto, www.rbc.com/ economics/market/pdf/house.pdf

Correctional services after release: a profile of aboriginal and non-aboriginal adults involved in Saskatchewan corrections from 1999/00 to 2003/04, Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, Ottawa

Gimme shelter: Finding a home in Ontario, Michael Shapcott Centre for Urban and Community Studies, University of Toronto. http://www.isarc.ca

Revised homeless action plan: Report to Vancouver City Council, Director of the Housing Centre in consultation with the Director of Social Planning, www.vancouver.ca

Homeless count 2005: preliminary results: number of people homeless (with 2002 comparisons) by municipality / sub region, Greater Vancouver Regional District.

Welfare Incomes 2004 report National Council of Welfare, Ottawa. www.ncwcnbes.net/

Wasa[??]se : indigenous pathways of action and freedom. Taiaiake Alfred. Peterborough, ON, Broadview Press. ISBN 1-55111-637-5 $27.95

Totally outright : a guide for sexual health leaders. Olivier Ferlatte and Michael Harris. Vancouver : Community Based Research Centre. ISBN 0-9733535-1-1

L'absent. Danielle Goyette. Chicoutimi, Quebec : Editions JCL. (Collection Temoignage) ISBN 2-89431-345-4 17,95 $

Negotiating citizenship : migrant women in Canada and the global system. Daiva K. Stasiulis and Abigail B. Bakan. Toronto : University of Toronto Press. ISBN 0-8020-7915-6 $19.95

International Association for People-Environment Studies. Conference. (18th : 2004 : Vienna, Austria) Designing social innovation : planning, building, evaluating. Bob Martens & Alexander G. Keul, editors. Toronto : Hogrefe. Proceedings of the 18th International Association for People-Environment Studies (IAPS) Conference, held in Vienna, Austria, Jul. 7-10, 2004. ISBN 0-88937-291-8 $112

Legalizing misandry : from public shame to systematic discrimination against men. Paul Nathanson and Katherine K. Young. Montreal : McGill-Queen's University Press. ISBN 0-7735-2862-8

Comprendre et denoncer l'homophobie : une question de justice. Ginette Pelland. Montreal : Quebec Amerique. ISBN 2-7644-0413-1

Notre monde, notre planete. Patricia Shields, Douglas Ramsay. Edmonton, Alta. : Duval. Translation: World communities. ISBN 1-55446-000-X

Practical dreamers : communitarianism and co-operatives on Malcolm Island. Kevin Wilson. Victoria, B.C. : British Columbia Institute for Co-operative Studies. ISBN 1-55058-306-9

The labour market experience of social work graduates : exploring the role of affirmative action in education. Wanda Thomas Bernard, Nancy MacDonald, and Fred Wien. Toronto : Canadian Race Relations Foundation. ISBN 1-894982-00-2 $10.00

Family law deskbook. Vancouver. Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia. Updated annually. ISBN 1-55258-379-1 (loose-leaf)

Canada Pension Plan Act and Quebec Pension Plan Act : quick reference. Jamie Knight and Matthew Vella. Toronto : Carswell. ISBN 0-459-28333-2 $52.00

Making children's rights work : national and international perspectives : final report of the Conference held in Montreal on November 18 to 20, 2004. Edited by Renee Joyal, Jean-Francois Noel, Clara Chapdelaine Feliciati. Cowansville, Quebec : Editions Y. Blais. E/F ISBN 2-89451-855-2 $29.95

La transformation de notre rapport au droit par la mediation judiciaire. Louise Otis. Montreal: Editions Themis. ISBN 2-89400-205-X

Child protection and Canadian law : a service perspective. Nora Rock. Toronto: Emond Montgomery Publications. Includes text of Child and Family Services Act (Ontario). ISBN 1-55239-124-8 $52.00

Hospital Report 2004: Mental Health, Hospital Report Research Collaborative. Toronto www.hospitalreport.ca

Early Learning and Care in the City: Update 2005, Michael Cooke; Daniel Keating, and, Dr. Marjorie McColm, Atkinson Centre for Society and Child Development, Toronto. www.acscd.ca.

Lifting the Boats: Policies to Make Work Pay, Ron Saunders Canadian Policy Research Networks Inc. Ottawa. www.cprn.org

The 70 per cent solution: A progress report on increasing-full-time employment for Ontario RNs, Registered Nurses Association of Ontario.

Benefits and services for seniors. Vancouver : Legal Services Society BC. Joan Acosta, June Dragman, Michael Szasz. Available in Chinese, English, Farsi, Japanese, Korean, Punjabi, Spanish and French. ISBN 0-7726-5170-1 ISBN 0-7726-4760-7

Ya can't let cancer ruin your day! : the James emails / Syd Birrell. Peterborough, ON, Green Train Books. ISBN 0-9738080-0-4 $19.93

Father to the fatherless : the Charles Mulli story. Paul H. Boge. Picketing, ON, BayRidge Books. ISBN 1-897213-02-6 $19.95

Messages from the heart : learning to love cancer. Annabelle M. Bondar. Calgary : It's Me Annabelle. ISBN 0-9737094-0-5 $30.00

Alexandre Poce, messager de l'espoir. Jean Cote. Outremont, Quebec : Quebecor. ISBN 2-7640-0814-7 24,95 $

Holding on to no one. Susan Davies. Saint John, N.B. : DreamCatcher Pub. ISBN 1-894372-72-7

FabJob guide to become a day-care owner. Alisa Gordaneer. Calgary : FabJob.com. ISBN 1-894638-81-6 $19.95
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