Selected bibliography of Privy Council Office publications, 1960-1994

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Other titlesBibliographie sommaire des publications du Bureau du Conseil privé de 1960 à 1994
Statementcompiled by Privy Council Office, Information and Research Centre ; [principal compiler, Shanti Inman].
ContributionsCanada. Privy Council Office. Information and Research Centre.
LC ClassificationsZ1373 .I55 1994, J103 .I55 1994
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 68, ii, 72 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL611746M
ISBN 100662615034, 0662615042
LC Control Number96208105

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