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American Psychiatric Association. (1994). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (4th ed.). Washington, DC: Author.

Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (1981). Ottawa: Ontario.

College Committee on Special Needs (1989). CCSN data and tracking subcommittee: special needs definition for data collection. Toronto, Ontario: Author.

College Committee on Special Needs (1992). Special needs statistical trend analysis: April 1, 1989 to March 31, 1992. Toronto, Ontario: Author.

College Committee on Special Needs (1993). Philosophy and policies: college committee on special needs. Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario: Author.

College Committee on Special Needs/Disability Issues (1990-1999). Special needs statistical reports: April 1, 1989 to March 31, 1999. Toronto, Ontario: Author.

Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act: Revised Statutes of Ontario (1990). Chapter F.31. Toronto, Ontario: Queen's Printer for Ontario.

Human Rights Code: Revised Statutes of Ontario (1990). Chapter H.19. Toronto, Ontario: Queen's Printer for Ontario.

Learning Disability Association of Canada (1993). Making the most of the law: education and the child with disabilities. Ottawa, Ontario: Author.

Ministry of Colleges and Universities (1988-1992). Special needs allocation. Toronto, Ontario: Author.

Ministry of Education and Training (1993-2000). Special needs allocation. Toronto, Ontario: Author.

Ministry of Education and Training (1998). 1998-99 Ontario student assistance program: bursary for students with disabilities manual. Toronto, Ontario: Author.

Ontario Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology (1986). College services to special needs students: report of the task force established by the presidents. Toronto, Ontario: Author.

Ontario Human Rights Commission (2000). Policy and Guidelines on disability and the duty to accommodate. Toronto, Ontario: Queen's Printer for Ontario.

Ontario Human Rights Commission (1996). Guidelines on the application of section 34 of the Ontario Human Rights Code. Toronto, Ontario: Queen's Printer for Ontario.

Ontario Human Rights Commission (1996). If you have a human rights complaint: a complainant's guide. Toronto, Ontario: Author.

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