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An overview of the social and economic changes that have occurred in Canada since Confederation and a discussion of future roles for a non-governmental community planning body.
Background for planning: an examination of social factors related to Edmonton's community service needs [revised edition]Download
Background for Planning represents the first of a series of Edmonton Welfare Council research reports designed to call attention to facts and possible trends that have a bearing on the development of our community's health, welfare and leisure services. [revised edition]
Pouring liquid gold into a mould to make gold bricks, Giant Mine, Yellowknife, NT, September 1965. Anyone able to carry the 12.5 kg brick one-handed to the Post Office in town, over 3 km away, could keep it. The price of gold was then about CAN$35 per ounce (28 g)