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Community Trends Working Group
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Edmonton Social Planning Council
Subject/Keyword
Crime--Statistics
Indigenous peoples--Economic conditions
Population--Statistics
Human services--Forecasting
Labor--Statistics
Income--Statistics
Indigenous peoples--Statistics
Poverty--Statistics
Economic indicators
Social indicators
Unemployment--Statistics
Public health--Statistics
Indigenous peoples--Social conditions
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Report
Language
English
Place
Canada, Alberta, Edmonton
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The fourth edition includes a special section on trends and service implications for Aboriginal peoples.
Date created
1993/05
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doi:10.7939/R3833N18P
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