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Policies of exclusion, poverty and health: wise-bc ISBN 0-9736664-0-4 $24.99

Synergy, integrated approaches in family support. Canadian Association of Family Resource Programs. John Malcolmson, PhD. Ottawa. ISBN0-919051-50-2

Quality in early learning and child care services. Papers from the European Commission Childcare Network. Childcare Resource and Research Unit, University of Toronto. ISBN 1-89601-27-8

National Council of Welfare Reports, Poverty Profile 2001. Vol. 122. Autumn 2004. Ottawa, ISBN 0-662-34821-4

Patients first: closing the health care gap in Canada. Dr. Terrence Montague. John Wiley and Sons, Toronto. $49.99

Medicare myths: 50 myths we've endured about the Canadian health care system. Dennis J. Furlong. Dreamcatcher Books and Publishing, Saint John NB. $24.95

Journal of GLBT Family Studies: innovations in theory, research, and practice. The Haworth Press, Inc. and Harrington Park Press. Binghampton NY.

A caregivers guide for Alzheimer and related diseases. Judy McCann-Beranger. Alzheimer Society of PEI, Acorn Press, Charlottetown PEI. $19.95

The partnership handbook. Social Development Canada, Ottawa. A facilitators guide is also available,

Review of employment assistance programs in Ontario Works & Ontario Disability Support Program. Deb Matthews, M.P.P. Ministry of Community and Social Services, Toronto.

Poverty and exclusion: normative approaches to policy research, November 2004, Policy Research Initiative, Ottawa.

Canada's working poor, Dominique Fleury and Myriam Fortin. Social Development Canada, Ottawa

Excellence in Canada's health system : principles for governance, management, accountability and shared responsibility. Canadian Healthcare Association and CCAF-FCVI, Ottawa.

Supports and services for adults and children aged 5-14 with disabilities in Canada. Gail Fawcett, Coryse Ciceri, Spyridoula Tsoukalas, and Angela Gibson-Kierstead. Canadian Council on Social Development, Ottawa.

Financing early learning and child care in Canada. Gordon Cleveland and Michael Krashinsky. Canadian Council on Social Development, Ottawa.

Early child learning and care in Canada: who rules? Who should rule? Rianne Mahon. Canadian Council on Social Development, Ottawa.

Who benefits from educational and child care services and what purpose do they serve? Jocelyne Tongas. Canadian Council on Social Development, Ottawa.

Poverty is not just about income--it's also about assets. Canadian Policy Research Networks, Ottawa.

Skills upgrading initiatives in Canada: regional case studies. Richard Brisbois and Ron Saunders. Canadian Policy Research Networks, Ottawa.

In the public interest: immigrant access to regulated professions in today's Ontario. Policy Roundtable Mobilizing Professions and Trades, Toronto.

Reclaiming democracy: the social justice and economics of Kari Polanyi Levitt and Gregory Baum. Edited by Marguerite Mendell. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press. ISBN 0-7735-2870-9

The conflict resolution toolbox : a field guide to analyzing, diagnosing, and resolving conflict. Gary Furlong. Mississauga, ON. J. Wiley & Sons Canada. ISBN 0-470-83517-6 $49.99

Au-dela des larmes : toute une histoire--vecue! Ginette Gauthier. Montreal, MFR. ISBN 2-922327-27-2 40,00 $

Parenting your parents: support strategies for meeting the challenge of aging in the family. Bart Mindszenthy and Michael Gordon. Toronto: Dundurn Group. ISBN 1-55002-552-X $24.99

Agency and institutions in social regulation : towards an historical understanding of their interaction. Edited by Jean-Marie Fecteau and Janice Harvey. Sainte-Foy : Presses de l'Universite du Quebec. F/E ISBN 2-7605-1336-X

Women with disabilities [electronic resource] : accessing trade. Deborah Stienstra ... [et al.]. Ottawa : Status of Women Canada, ISBN 0-662-36739-1

Ill-health Canada : promoting food and drug profits instead of their safety. Michael McBane. Ottawa : Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. ISBN 0-88627-405-2 $14.95

Follow-up of two health risk reports : a review of performance agreements : information use for resource allocation. Office of the Auditor General of British Columbia. Victoria : ISBN 0-7726-5262-7

Learning to listen, learning to help : understanding woman abuse and its effects on children. Linda L. Baker, Alison J. Cunningham. London, ON : Centre for Children & Families in the Justice System. ISBN 1-895953-28-6 $10.00

From MS to marathon : the heartwarming story of Robert Bertolas. Suzanne Malandruccolo as told by Robert Bertolas. Cambridge ON. Crossing Bridges. ISBN 0-9737206-0-3 $26.95

Towards better health care for British Columbians. Victoria: British Columbia Ministry of Health Services.

Les flambeurs : trajectoires d'usagers de cocaine. Serge Brochu et Isabelle Parent. Ottawa : Presses de l'Universite d'Ottawa. ISBN 2-7603-0588-0 29,95 $

Tempete clans la famille : les enfants et la violence conjugale. Isabelle Cote, Louis-Francois Dallaire, Jean-Francois Vezina. Montreal : Editions de l'Hopital Sainte-Justine. Publ. en collab. avec: Centre hospitalier mere-enfant et Universite de Montreal. ISBN 2-89619-008-2 14.95 $

Lupus, The disease with a thousand faces. Dr. Jean-Luc Senecal and Dr. Sasha Bernatsky Lupus Canada and Key Porter Books, Toronto.

Trade agreements, the healthcare sector and women's health. [electronic resource] Teresa L. Cyrus and Lori J. Curtis. Ottawa : Status of Women Canada. AIF Publisher's website: ISBN 0-662-37421-5

Emergency operations centre, level 1. Justice Institute of British Columbia, Emergency Management Division. New Westminster, B.C. : ISBN 0-7726-5258-9

Emergency operations centre, level 3 : logistics. Justice Institute of British Columbia, Emergency Management Division. New Westminster, B.C. Emergency Management Division, Justice Institute of BC. ISBN 0-7726-5256-2

Emergency operations centre, level 3 : operations. Justice Institute of British Columbia, Emergency Management Division. New Westminster, B.C. : Emergency Management Division, Justice Institute of BC. ISBN 0-7726-5254-6

Emergency operations centre, level 3 : planning. Justice Institute of British Columbia, Emergency "Management Division.--New Westminster, B.C. : Emergency Management Division, Justice Institute of BC. 1 v. (various pagings) ; 28 cm. ISBN 0-7726-5255-4

Journey to independence : blindness, the Canadian story. Euclid Herie. Toronto : Dundurn Group. ISBN 1-55002-559-7 $50.00

Introduction to emergency management in British Columbia. Justice Institute of British Columbia, Emergency Management Division. New Westminster, BC : Provincial Emergency Program. ISBN 0-7726-5259-7

Surviving in the hour of darkness : the health and wellness of women of colour and indigenous women. Edited by G. Sophie Harding. Calgary : University of Calgary Press. ISBN 1-55238-101-3 $39.95

After 9/11 : terrorism and crime in a globalised world. Edited by David A. Charters & Graham F. Walker. Halifax, N.S. : Dalhousie University, Centre for Foreign Policy Studies. Proceedings from conferences held in 2002 and 2003 conducted by the Centre for Conflict Studies, University of New Brunswick. ISBN 1-896440-46-0 $28.00

Interpretation de contes pour enfants. Nicole Bedard. Montreal : Editions du Roseau. ISBN 2-89466-102-9 22.95 $

Working to make a difference. The BC Association of Family Resource Programs. Vancouver Be. 604.738.0068 $35.00

Dynamic Societies and Social Change, Federation of Canadian Municipalities, Ottawa.

Canada's Commitment to Equality: A Gender Analysis of the Last Ten Federal Budgets (1995-2004), Armine Yalnizyan, Canadian Feminist Alliance for International Action, Ottawa, ISBN 1-897159-01-3

The Current State of Canadian Family Finances--2004 Report, Roger Sauve, People Patterns Consulting, Vanier Institute for the Family,

Health care renewal in Canada: accelerating change, January 2005. Health Council of Canada, Ottawa

Public Reporting of Performance Measures in Health Care, Kathleen Morris and Jennifer Zelmer, Canadian Policy Research Networks, Ottawa,

Our Children; A Preliminary Status Report on York Region's Children 2004. York Region Planning and Development-Services, Newmarket ON.
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