Canada Scored Below Many of the World's Rich Nations in a Study of the Well Being of Children
April 10, 2013
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A new report from UNICEF suggests the well-being of children living in Canada is lower than children growing up in many other wealthy countries, placing 17th overall out of 29 countries included in the report.
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