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British Columbia, Dept. of Education, Educational Programmes — Schools, Curriculum Development Branch. Resource guide for women's studies for high school students. Victoria: 1976. 89 pp.

Grey Literature education gender

British Columbia. Ministry of Attorney General. Pay Equity in British Columbia: A Discussion Paper. Victoria: The Ministry, 2001.

Grey Literature gender

British Columbia. Ministry of Attorney General. Policy on the Criminal Justice System: Response to Violence Against Women and Children. Victoria: The Ministry, 28 pp.

Grey Literature gender law

Browne, Annette J. First Nations Women's Encounters with Mainstream Health Care Services and Systems. With Jo-Anne Fiske and Geraldine Thomas, Vancouver: British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women's Health, 2000. 37 pp. 1894356098.

Books and Chapters in Books gender health sciences Indigenous

Bryson, Mary, Stephen Petrina, and Marcia Braundy. “Conditions for Success?: Gender in Technology-Intensive Courses in British Columbia Secondary Schools,” Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics, and Technology 3 (2003): 185-193.

Journal Articles education gender

Cambell, Angela. “Wives’ Tales: Reflecting on Research in Bountiful,” Canadian Journal of Law and Society 23, no. 1-2 (2008): 121-41.

Journal Articles gender law

Carter Park, Deborah. “Observations on Gender, Spatial and Thematic Content of Papers Presented at the CAG Annual Conference, Vancouver, B.C. 1992,” Operational Geographer 10, no. 3 (1992): 18-19.

Journal Articles gender geography