Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence of the Legislative Committee on Bill C-3
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Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence of the Legislative Committee on Bill C-3 An Act to establish the Department of Industry, Science and Technology, to repeal the Department of Regional Industrial Expansion Act and to... by Canada. Parliament. House of Commons. Legislative Committee on Bill C-3.

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Other titlesProcès-verbaux et témoignages du Comité législatif sur le Projet de Loi C-3 : Loi constituant le ministère de l"Industrie, des Sciences et de la Technologie, abrogeant la Loi sur le ministère de l"Expansion industrielle régionale et...
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