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July 05, 2012

Breaking the Stereotype: Why Urban Aboriginals Score Highly on “Happiness” Measures

A new report just issued by the C.D. Howe Institute examines why, on average, urban Aboriginals are as “happy” as other Canadians.  The report, authored by Dominique Gross and John Richards, draws its evidence from the Environics Institute’s groundbreaking Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study (UAPS). John Richards served on the UAPS Advisory Circle.

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Read more about the Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study

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