Labour-initiated liteacy programs in Canada
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Labour-initiated liteacy programs in Canada by Wendy Johnston

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Published by National Literacy Secretariat in [Ottawa? .
Written in English


  • Literacy programs -- Canada.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesProgrammes d"alphabétisation conçus par les syndicats au Canada
Statementprepared for the National Literacy Secretariat by Wendy Johnston.
ContributionsCanada. National Literacy Secretariat.
The Physical Object
Pagination22, 27 leaves
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20575507M

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