Canadian policies for rural adjustment a study of the economic impact of ARDA, PFRA, and MMRA. Prepared for the Economic Council of Canada by Helen Buckley and Eva Tihanyi. by Helen Buckley

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  • Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- Canada,
  • Agriculture and state -- Canada.,
  • Canada -- Rural conditions

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ContributionsTihanyi, Eva., Economic Council of Canada.
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LC ClassificationsHD1783 B83
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Pagination268p.
Number of Pages268
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Open LibraryOL17961069M

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