2009 Hate Crimes

2009 Hate Crimes

  Title:Hate crimes: what you should know and what you can do! Author(s):Renwick, A. Subject:Racism|split|Crime – general Publisher:Alberta Hate Crimes Committee Place of Publication:Edmonton Date of Publication:2009 Language:English Material Type:Report G....
2009 Hate Crimes

2009 Hate Crime Report Card

Title:Alberta hate/bias crime report Author(s):Pruegger, Valerie Corporate Author: Alberta Hate Crimes Committee Subject:Racism|split|Crime – general Publisher:Alberta Hate Crimes Committee Place of Publication:Calgary Date of Publication:2009 Abstract: This...
2009 Hate Crimes

2011 Making Toronto Safer

  Title:Making Toronto safer: a cost-benefit analysis of transitional housing supports for men leaving incarceration. Author(s):Stapleton, John|split|Pooran, Brendon|split|Doucet, René Corporate Author: Open Policy Chronicle Analytics Subject:Housing –...
2009 Hate Crimes

2011 Foundation for Change

Title:Foundation for change: report of the public commission on legal aid in British Columbia. Author(s):Doust, Leonard T Subject:Law – Canada|split|Poverty – programs, services|split|Social assistance – programs, services|split|Social services...
2009 Hate Crimes

2010 Tough on Crime

  Title:The fear factor: Stephen Harper’s “tough on crime” agenda. Author(s):Mallea, Paula Subject:Crime – general Publisher:Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives Place of Publication:Ottawa Date of Publication:2010 Abstract: According to...

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