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Beilby- Orrin, Helen and John C. Gordon, International Measurement of the Economic and Social Importance of Culture. Paris: Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, 2006.
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City of Edmonton Municipal Grants Review: A Study of the Grants-in-Aid to Organizations and Individuals Policy. Arnold Consulting Group Ltd., October 1996.
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Edmonton Declaration: A Statement of Values, Principles, Recommendations and Action Plans to Promote, Enhance and Sustain Good Governance of Canada as a Multicultural State arising from the proceedings of a comprehensive national and international conference held in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada with 600 National and International Delegates and Speakers on the topic: Canada: Global Model for a Multicultural State. Edmonton: Canadaian Multicultural Education Foundation, September 25 to 28, 2002.
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Zehr, Alison, Julie S. Burros. A Survey of Chicago's Cultural Landscape. Conducted by: City of Chicago, Department of Cultural Affairs, Metropolitan Chicago Information Center, Nonprofit Financial Fund. Funded by: Chicago Community Trust, City of Chicago, Joyce Foundation, Metropolitan Chicago Information Center, Nonprofit Financial Fund. Final Report: Chicago, July 2002.