2 edition of Selected urban aboriginal correctional programs in Canada found in the catalog.
Selected urban aboriginal correctional programs in Canada
|Other titles||Programmes correctionnels à l"intention des Autochtones en milieu urbain au Canada : examen d"un choix de programmes|
|Series||Aboriginal Peoples Collection -- APC 12 CA (1995), Collection sur les autochtones -- APC 12 CA (1995)|
|Contributions||Lajeunesse, Thérèse., Canada. Solicitor General Canada, Thérèse Lajeunesse & Associates|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||103, 115 p.|
|Number of Pages||115|
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