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Alberta Learning. (2002). Aboriginal studies 10-20-30 [Program of Studies]. [Edmonton], Canada: Alberta Learning.
Advanced Education. (2002, March). Educational advantages of writing centres: Increasing the nation’s rate of post-secondary degree completion (Catologue No. DM 42-7/233-2002-04E). Retrieved from the Senate Committee on Education Reforms website: http://edu.senate.gc.ca/en/edadv/march-02.pdf
Ontario Ministry of Education. (2005). The Ontario curriculum grades 1‐8: Health and physical education [Program of Studies]. Retrieved from http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/curriculum/elementary/health18curr.pdf
(Alberta Learning, 2002) - see page 174, section 6.13 of the 2010 APA manual for more details
(Alberta Learning, 2002, p.10) - see page 179, section 6.19 of the 2010 APA manual for more details
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