Toronto Aboriginal Research Project Final Report2 years ago 2 years ago Leave your thoughts
This report was published by the Toronto Aboriginal Support Services Council.
HERE’S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS REPORT:
This report aims to provide a wide variety of audiences a picture of aspects of the lives of Aboriginal people in Toronto. It is hoped that it will be useful to many stakeholders including policy makers, agencies and their officials who administer and deliver policies or programs and, perhaps most importantly, the beneficiaries of the programs. The report is written in plain language, attempting to avoid the use of academic jargon and therefore is designed to be useful as a source of information for the general public. Moreover, the considerable amount of data emerging from the study will be a resource for students and other researchers interested in the topic.
McCaskill, D. N., FitzMaurice, K. D., & Cidro, J. (2011). Toronto Aboriginal research project: Final report. Toronto Aboriginal Support Services Council. Retrieved from http://www.tassc.ca/assets/tarp-final-report2011.pdf
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