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Disability Without Poverty Network's Brief: What would it take to make British Columbia the most progressive jurisdiction for people living with disabilities?

Wednesday, March 5, 2014
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DABC, 2014, 8pp
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In March 2014, the Disability Without Poverty Network produced a brief entitled: What would it take to make British Columbia the most progressive jurisdiction for people living with disabilities? This brief is the DWPN's submission to the province's Disability White Paper consultation process.

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