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Canada is a nation that ranks among the very best for its quality of life – a key factor is its people. 

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What makes Canada unique from an American's point of view. Discusses Canadian culture, attractions, history, academia, media, sport, mannerisms, etc.
Describes the Canada Asia experience from earliest times to present day, the Asian experience in Canada and the evolution of Canadian society itself. Discusses Chinese exploration, immigration to Canada, and newcomers' experiences.
A collection of Canadian maps and related information about Canada.
Provides various statistics related to the population of Saskatchewan and its communities and regions. Requires Acrobat Reader.
Quick facts about Canada and its culture, social institutions, geography, people, main cities, politics, history and more.
The Canada e-Book uses sound, images, tables, graphs and both analytical and descriptive text to look at Canada -- the land, the people, the economy and the state.
Information for citizens of other countries who wish to come to Canada (visiting, studying, working and immigrating) and/or do business with Canada (buying, selling, investing and partnering). Includes general introduction to Canada and information about foreign policy, security and aid.
Introduction to social work and social welfare through text, audio, video, and photographs.
Presents congress information, policy and advocacy issues, event calendar and book finder. Information on current and future congress venues.
The Canadian Opinion Research Archive (CORA) makes available commercial and independent surveys to the academic, research and journalistic communities. Online access to over 25 years of public opinion survey data, collected by major survey research firms in Canada.
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