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Overcoming Poverty Together: The New Brunswick Economic and Social Inclusion Plan

Government of New Brunswick; Department of Social Development Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies New Brunswick 31 December 2009 Guidelines development, social development, Social Inclusion

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The present plan is five years in duration but investments with longer term impact need also be made to maintain momentum. Accordingly, it is agreed that this plan will be renewed in five years.


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