Vanier Institute of the Family

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The Vanier Institute of the Family is an independent national research and educational nonprofit organization committed to the well-being of Canadian families.[1] It is based in Ottawa.[2]

The institute is a Canadian, family-oriented, charitable organization dedicated to promoting the well-being of Canadian families. It is an acknowledged leader on issues affecting families. It is an independent, national, bilingual, non-profit institute committed to promoting the well-being of Canadian families. The Institute was established in 1965 under the patronage of Their Excellencies Governor General Georges P. Vanier and Madame Pauline Vanier.[1]

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  1. ^ a b The Canadian Encyclopedia, "Vanier Institute of the Family". The Canadian Encyclopedia. 02/07/2006
  2. ^ "Home". The Vanier Institute of the Family. Retrieved 16 July 2018.