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Nova Scotia’s Poverty Reduction Strategy: Preventing Poverty, Promoting Prosperity

Government of Nova Scotia Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Nova Scotia 31 December 2009 Policy document 978-1-55457-293-9 equality, political rights, social development

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The strategy provides a framework for addressing the needs of those most vulnerable and those at risk of falling into poverty, while promoting the prosperity necessary for Nova Scotia to grow.

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