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ISBN:
0888103891
Author:
David P Ross
Category:
Social Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Canadian Council on Social Development (1989)
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106 pages
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The Fact Book on Poverty clearly indicates certain groups in our society are especially vulnerable to poverty. They include the old, the long-term unemployed, and female heads of households. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound.

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Ross, David . and Clarence Lochhead. The Canadian Encyclopedia, . David P. Ross, Katherine Scott and Peter Smith, The Canadian Fact Book on Poverty, 2000(2000). Canadian Council on Social DevelopmentThe official web site of the Canadian Council on Social Development.

The Canadian maritime province of Nova Scotia can be divided into two separate regions - Cape Breton Island (on the right) and much larger, peninsular mainland Nova Scotia (lower left). Cape Breton Island is joined to the mainland by a causeway and a railroad spanning the narrow Strait of Canso. St. George's Bay is the small bay west of the causeway, and the Northumberland Strait separates Cape Breton Island from the eastern end of Prince Edward Island, another maritime province of Canada (visible along the west margin of the photograph).

David Robertson Ross (28 February 1958 – 2 January 2010) was a Scottish author and historian. He published eight books, most of them mixing elements of Scottish history and travel literature. He was for many years, until his death, the elected convenor of The Society of William Wallace, an association aimed to commemorate the life and the personality of William Wallace. On the 700th anniversary of Wallace's capture and subsequent execution he undertook a 450-mile walk in Wallace's honour.

The Canadian fact book on poverty. Ottawa: Canadian Council on Social Development. 3 poverty have persisted up to and including 2001 in Canada. In 1989 (the year of the declaration to end child poverty in Canada by 2000) the national child poverty level was 1. per cent. 3 Statistics Canada Income Trends in Canada, 2001, 13F0022XCB, prepared by the Canadian Council on Social Development. 4 In this report Statistics Canada Low Income Cut-Offs (LICO) using before-tax total income is the benchmark to identify poor children and their families.

The Canadian fact book on income distribution ' - subject(s): Canada . Child poverty' - subject(s): Canada, Child welfare, Children, Poor children.

The Canadian fact book on income distribution ' - subject(s): Canada, Income distribution, Income maintenance programs, Income tax. 'The working poor' - subject(s): Canada, Income maintenance programs, Labor and laboring classes, Poor, Working poor. A profile of the Canadian volunteer' - subject(s): Statistics, Voluntarism. What has the author P T Ross written? P. T. Ross has written: 'A yeoman's letters'  . Wishart has written: 'On the structure of a heated supersonic jet' - subject(s): Supersonic jet flow.

Ross D & Shillington RE (1989) The Canadian fact book on poverty. Ottawa: The Canadian Council on Social Development. Rutherford MB & Wekerle RG (1988) Captive rider, captive labour: Spatial constraints and women's employment. Urban Geography (9)2: 116–137.