The Canadian Style
Publisher: Dundurn Press Ltd. in co-operation with Public Works & Government Services, Toronto, Canada
A Guide to Writing and Editing
Year Published: 1997
Pages: 312 pp ISBN: 1-55002-276-8
Book Type: Handbooks/Manuals
Library of Congress Number: PN147.C36 Dewey: 808`.02
Resource Type: Book
The Canadian Style suggests the first step in communicating clear ideas is to use plain language, without jargon or expressions. Then, consider your audience.
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