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Check older editions of this report for those older stats: ... to find a particular program, then click on its name to access the HTML version of the table (the HTML page includes links to the PDF and Excel versions of the table). - includes links to over two dozen tables (Tables 352-911) with info on federal contributions under the Canada Assistance Plan (CAP) and the Canada Health and Social Transfer (CHST) to the cost of provincial and territorial welfare programs.

Pages: 479

Publisher: Aldine Transaction (December 31, 1983)

ISBN: 0202360326

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