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Canada-New Brunswick Labour Market Agreement for Persons with Disabilities: Looking Forward 2004-2005

Department of Social Development; Government of New Brunswick Country Resources disability, Disability Strategies and Plans New Brunswick 31 December 2004 Guidelines equality, Social Inclusion

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The Canada-New Brunswick Labour Market Agreement for Persons with Disabilities is a
bilateral agreement that provides federal and provincial funding for the delivery of
programs and services to persons with disabilities.

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