Brief submitted to the Commission on Post-Secondary Education in Ontario by Committee of Presidents of the Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology of Ontario.

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  • Universities and colleges -- Ontario.,
  • Education, Higher -- Ontario.

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Statementby the Committee of Presidents of the Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology of Ontario.
ContributionsCommission on Post-Secondary Education in Ontario.
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LC ClassificationsLA"418"O6"C654
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Pagination76 l. :
Number of Pages76
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Open LibraryOL20267323M

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