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Published by Status of Women Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English



  • Québec (Province)


  • Indian women -- Employment -- Québec (Province),
  • Manpower policy -- Québec (Province),
  • Indian women -- Government policy -- Québec (Province),
  • Indian women -- Québec (Province) -- Social conditions.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesFemmes autochtones et l"emploi :
StatementCarole Lévesque ... [et al.].
ContributionsLévesque, Carole, 1950-, Canada. Status of Women Canada.
LC ClassificationsE78.Q3 A27 2001
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 107, 117, xi p. :
Number of Pages117
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3649722M
ISBN 100662654889
LC Control Number2002491702

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