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Jeremy Hull

Jeremy Hull is the owner/operator of Prologica Research with more than 30 years' experience in research on educational, social, labour market and Aboriginal issues. He began his career at the Saskatchewan Indian Cultural College in the 1970s where he worked in support of community education and Indian control of Indian Education. He continued to work in this field with the Dept. of Indian Affairs in Prince Albert, and with the Montreal Lake Band, before becoming an independent research consultant. He moved to Winnipeg in 1981 where he was a researcher at the Institute of Urban Studies. Since 1983 he has been a self-employed research consultant working for a variety of clients such as federal and provincial governments, non-profits and Aboriginal organizations. This has involved work on a wide range of projects in areas such as program evaluation, demography, socio-economic impact assessment, social services, education and employment issues, often with an Aboriginal focus.


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Aboriginal Single Mothers in Canada, 1996

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N° catalog: RPT.H8772.2001
Year: 2001
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Canadian Issues / Thèmes canadiens

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