2 edition of Report of the Electoral Boundaries Commission for British Columbia, 1965 = found in the catalog.
Report of the Electoral Boundaries Commission for British Columbia, 1965 =
Electoral Boundaries Commission for British Columbia (Canada)
by R. Duhamel, Queen"s Printer and Controller of Stationery in Ottawa
Written in English
English and French.
|Other titles||Rapport de la Commission de délimitation des circonscriptions électorales pour la Colombie-Britannique, 1965.|
|LC Classifications||JL168.B7 C36 1965|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30 p. :|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||76353289|
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