by United Way of Greater Vancouver, Social Planning and Research in Vancouver .
Written in English
Annotated bibliography: p. i-xxxii.
|Statement||by Joanne Ranson and Jane Howell.|
|Contributions||Howell, Jane, United Way of Greater Vancouver. Social Planning and Research.|
|LC Classifications||HV6558 .R35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||91, xxxii,  leaves. --|
|Number of Pages||91|
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