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The exploitation of the elderly: report on the implementations made in the report: towards a tightened safety net. Commission de la personne et de droits de jeuness, Montreal.

Forgotten families: ending the growing crisis confronting children and working parent in the global economy, Jody Heymann, Toronto, Oxford University Press.

Report to the Attorney General of British Columbia under Section 6 of the office for Children and Youth Act on the director's case review relating to the Nuu-chah-nulth child who died in Port Alberni on September 4, 2002. Jane Morley, Child and Youth Officer for British Columbia,

Left behind: a comparison of living costs and employment and assistance rates in BC. Michael Goldberg & Kari Wolanski, Social Planning and Research Council of British Columbia, Vancouver,

Final report and recommendations of the Commission on improving Work Opportunities for Saskatchewan residents. Dept. of Labour, Regina

Can parents afford to work? Childcare costs, tax-benefit policies and work incentives. Herwig Immervoll and David Barber, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.

Meeting the needs of children and adolescents with special needs in rural and northern Canada. Canadian Policy Research Networks & Centre of Excellence for Children and Adolescents with Special Needs.

Final report: ELCC sector study Rochon Associated Human Resources Management Consulting Inc., Regina,

Report on reverse mortgages. Canadian Centre for Elder Law Studies and the British Columbia Law Institute, Vancouver.

Health policy framework, February 2006. Alberta Health and Wellness,

Policy as a tool for revolution. Judith Maxwell, Canadian Policy Research Networks, Ottawa,

Money matters : women in Nova Scotia. 2006 ed. Lynn Lethbridge, Sandra D. McFadyen. Halifax : Nova Scotia Advisory Council on the Status of Women, ISBN 0-88871-999-X

One parent families: characteristics, causes, consequences, and issues, Anne-Marie Ambert, Ph.D. Ottawa: Vanier Institute for the Family.

Staying safe in a wired world : a parent's guide to internet safety. Rob Nickel. Cambridge, Ont.: Nickel Pub. ISBN 0-9780082-0-0 $22.97

Creating choices: rethinking aboriginal policy. John Richards, Roger Phillips C.D. Howe Institute, Toronto.

Rocking the cradle : thoughts on feminism, motherhood and the possibility of empowered mothering. Andrea O'Reilly. Toronto : Demeter Press, ISBN 1-55014-449-9 $19.95

Action communautaire : derives possibles. Eric Shragge; ISBN 2-923165-20-9

In their own voices : building urban Aboriginal communities. Jim Silver. Black Point, N.S. : Fernwood Pub. ISBN 1-55266-191-1 $18.95

Sins of omission [electronic resource]. Adrian C.M. Smith. Saint John, NB: Trinity Pub. ISBN 1-897306-05-9 $4.95

Staying alive : critical perspectives on health, illness and health care. Edited by Dennis Raphael, Toba Bryant, and Marcia Rioux; Toronto: Canadian Scholars' Press. ISBN 1-55130-296-9 $55.95

Growing older, working longer : the new face of retirement Monica Townson. Ottawa : Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. ISBN 0-88627-473-7 $19.95

Beyond decriminalization : sex work, human rights and a new framework for law reform. Danika Piche ... [et al.] ; Editors: Naomi Brunemeyer, Karen Mirsky, Sean Rossiter; Vancouver: Pivot Legal Society, ISBN 0-9736445-2-4

Le harcelement psychologique au travail : les nouvelles dispositions de la Loi sur les normes et leur integration dans le regime legal preexistant. Julie Bourgault. Montreal : Wilson & Lafleur, ISBN 2-89127-755-4

Research update : alcohol use and pregnancy : an important Canadian public health and social issue. Colleen Anne Dell and Gary Roberts. Ottawa : Public Health Agency of Canada, AIF, ISBN 0-662-42287-2

Guerir sa vie : les six cles essentielles pour gerer sa sante Jean Drouin. Loretteville, Quebec : Dauphin blanc, ISBN 2-89436-134-3 19,95 $

The book of diabetes 2. Stephen J. Gislason. 2006 ed. Sechelt, B.C. : Environmed Research, 2006. ISBN 1-894787-22-6 $32.00

Your child's health and wellness record. Karen Melnick. Midhurst, ON : HR Press. ISBN 0-9739548-0-9 : $39.99


atwork, Institute for Work & Health, Toronto, Winter 2006 Dimeline, Ontario March of Dimes, South Region, Winter 2005/06

Forum on Corrections Research, Correctional Service Canada, Ottawa, June 2005

JUSTICE Report, Canadian Criminal Justice Association, Ottawa, Winter 2006

making waves, CCE Publications, Port Alberni, BC, Winter 2005

network, Canadian Mental Health Association Ontario, Toronto, Winter 2006

transition, BC Coalition of People with Disabilities, Vancouver, Jan/Feb. 2006


Canadian Social Research Newsletter,

Mental Health Notes,

Settlement Org. Update:

Anchors and Sails WHO CARES? Recent Research on Caregiving, Beverley Smith

The EnableLinker, The E-zine Linking You to Canada's Disability Community,

e-network, Canadian Policy Research Networks,

Breastfeeding best practice and interventions for postpartum depression. Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario, Toronto,

Call me doctor. Shane Neilson. East Lawrencetown, N.S. : Pottersfield Press, ISBN 1-895900-78-6

Intervention en situation de crise et en contexte traumatique. Monique Seguin, Line LeBlanc, Alain Brunet. Montreal : G. Morin. ISBN 2-89105-969-7

Arretez de manger vos emotions. Louise Vincent. 3e ed. Outremont, Quebec : Quebecor. ISBN 2-7640-1103-2 19,95 $

What we have learned : key Canadian FASD awareness campaigns. Ottawa : Public Health Agency of Canada. A/F ISBN 0-662-42288-0

The business of breaking up : your personal guide. Bhairvi Johnston. Calgary : Farquharson Pub. ISBN 0-9738331-0-6 $17.99

Getting grants : the complete manual of proposal development and administration. Alexis Carter-Black. North Vancouver, B.C. : International Self-Counsel Press. With CD-ROM. ISBN 978-1-55180-687-7

Disability management : theory, strategy and industry practice. Dianne E.G. Dyck ; with contributions by Heidi Borner ... [et al.]. 3rd ed. Toronto : LexisNexis Butterworths. ISBN 0-433-45226-9

The law, standards, and ethics in the practice of psychology, second edition : a workbook. David R. Evans and Margaret T. Hearn. Toronto : Emond Montgomery Publications. ISBN 1-55239-220-1 $40.00

The law of dependants' relief in Canada. Cameron Harvey, Linda Vincent. 2nd ed. Toronto : Carswell, ISBN 0-459-24303-9 $122.00

Essential law for social work practice in Canada. Cheryl Regehr and Karima Kanani. Don Mills, ON : Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-542208-5 $56.95

Spousal support advisory guidelines : materials prepared for the Continuing Legal Education seminar. Vancouver Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia, 2006. ISBN 1-55258-448-8

Victory : one man's inspirational triumph over multiple sclerosis. Written by Suzanne Couchman as told by Robert Bertolas. Cambridge, ON : Crossing Bridges. ISBN 0-9737206-1-1

Le cancer : au jour le jour. Henri-Louis Bouchard, Dominique Synnott, Jacques Beaulieu. Outremont, Quebec : Editions Logiques. ISBN 2-89381-944-3

The political economy of narcotics : production, consumption and global markets. Julia Buxton. Black Point, N.S. : Fernwood Pub. Co. ISBN 1-55266-198-9 : $19.95

Lessons learned upside the head :from boardroom to bedroom, career to cancer and beyond. Carol Ann Cole. East Lawrencetown, N.S. : Pottersfield Press. ISBN 1-895900-79-4

Vivre au quotidien avec un enfant gravement malade : renseignements pratiques et ressources. Sophie Cote. Montrral : Editions du CHU Sainte-Justine. ISBN 2-89619-049-X 24,95 $

Cruel but not unusual : violence in Canadian families. Edited by Ramona Alaggia and Cathy Vine. Waterloo, ON. Wilfrid Laurier University Press. ISBN 0-88920-403-9 $38.95

Under one roof: community economic development in Winnipeg's North End. Lawrence Deane. Black Point, N.S. : Fernwood Pub. ISBN 1-55266-189-X $18.95

The "please" and "thank you" of fundraising for non-profits : fifteen essential ingredients for success. ArLyne Diamond. Toronto : Productive Publications, ISBN 1-55270-261-8 $24.95

Les effets differencies de la therapie de groupe aupres de conjoints violents : une analyse des facteurs d'aide, directeur de recherche, Jocelyn Lindsay ; co-chercheurs-es, Daniel Turcotte, Lyse Montminy ; professionnelle de recherche, Valerie Roy ; partenaires, Groupe d'aide aux personnes impulsives, Trajectoires Hommes du KRTB, Centre toutes agressions conjugales. Quebec : CRI-VIFF ISBN 2-921768-55-0 12,00 $

Fighting for change : Black social workers in Nova Scotia. Wanda Thomas Bernard, editor. East Lawrencetown, N.S. : Pottersfield Press, ISBN 1-895900-80-8

Traiter, cent arts apres la psychanalyse de Freud, dans une societe technomedicale. Philippe Gaulin. Montreal : Triptyque, ISBN 2-89031-561-4 23,00 $

Left behind : a comparison of living costs and employment and assistance rates in British Columbia. Michael Goldberg and Kari Wolanski. Vancouver : Social Planning and Research Council of British Columbia, ISBN 0-921892-55-1

Structured relapse prevention : an outpatient counselling approach. Marilyn A. Herie and Lyn Watkin-Merek. 2nd ed. Toronto : Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, 2006. ISBN 0-88868-517-3 $39.95

Undefeated. Marsha Hunt. Vancouver : Greystone Books, ISBN 978-1-55365-218-2 $22.95 ISBN 1-55365-218-5 $22.95

Les voix de l'integration : des directrices de garderie au Canada parlent d'integration d'enfants a besoins particuliers. Sharon Hope Irwin ; traduction de Jocelyne Tougas. Wreck Cove, N.S. : Breton Books, ISBN 1-895415-73-X 18,95 $

Groupwork with children exposed to woman abuse : a concurrent group for children and their mothers : children's program manual Susan Loosley ; contributors, Derrick Drouillard, Darlene Ritchie, Susan Abercromby. London, Ont. : Children's Aid Society of London and Middlesex, ISBN 0-9682331-1-2


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