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Combatting organized crime
Canada. Parliament. House of Commons. Sub-Committee on Organized Crime.
|Other titles||Lutter contre le crime organisé|
|Statement||Sub-Committee on Organized Crime of the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights ; Andy Scott, chair of the Standing Committee ; Paul DeVillers, chair of the Sub-Committee.|
|Contributions||Scott, Andy, 1955-, DeVillers, Paul, 1946-, Canada. Parliament. House of Commons. Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 7, 7, xi p. ;|
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