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Native Canadians Stinted?
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WINNIPEG, MAN.--A Manitoba sociologist says he has found evidence Canadian provinces spend half as much money on the treatment of alcoholics who are natives as on white victims of the same disease.
Angus Reid, professor of social and preventive medicine, University of Manitoba medical school, analyzed services, facilities, clientele, and budget structures of 367 services and institutions in Canada.... Login to read more
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