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ProQuest offers a variety of government documents and publications in microform format. A variety of microforms are available: fiche, 16 mm or 35mm film.

The following is a more complete breakdown of Communications, Sociology & Anthropology documents available from the Government Documents collection: 

  • Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission Transcripts of Public Hearings
  • Special Senate Committee on the Mass Media Briefs 1972
  • Boreal Institute Vertical Files on Northern Affairs (1975-1988
  • Canadian Government Publications Catalogues 1891 to 1990
  • Canadian Association in Support of the Native Peoples Vertical Files

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