Canadian inner city, 1971-1976 a statistical handbook by Philip Brown

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Published by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation in [Ottawa, Ont.] .

Written in English

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StatementPhilip Brown, Desmond Burke ; with the assistance of Jeff Cody, Gordon McPherson.
ContributionsBurke, Desmond.
LC ClassificationsHT127.C2 B76, HT127 B76
The Physical Object
Pagination[166] p. :
Number of Pages166
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Open LibraryOL20025738M

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