Culture, Tourism and the Centre for Education Statistics
Lifelong Learning Among Canadians Aged 18 to 64 Years: First Results from the 2008 ASETS
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The authors wish to thank all those involved in the development and production of the Access and Support to Education and Training Survey. This includes many individuals from both Statistics Canada and Human Resources and Skills Development Canada. Special recognition is extended to Lucie Morin, Vicki Wiseman, and Pierre Tremblay.
The assistance of many people was invaluable to the production of this report. Our thanks go to those at Human Resources and Skills Development Canada and Statistics Canada who reviewed the report and provided feedback and suggestions.
A special thank you is extended to Judy Eisl-Culkin and Lorraine Johnson for their help in producing and verifying the analytical tables and results and to Danielle Baum for her help in preparing the manuscript and tables for publication.
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