Regional Problems and Policies in Canada
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 1994 - Canada - 65 pages
Reviews the activities of the four agencies concerned and shows the links established between sectoral policies and regional actions. Examines the types of measures taken and the characteristics of the assistance programmes undertaken, and evaluates the results.
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