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If you do not know the author of the document, treat the government agency as the author. Give the name of the government followed by the name of the agency. (See p. 175, MLA Handbook, 2009)
British Columbia. Ministry of Children and Family Development. Early
Intervention Therapy Program Guidelines. Victoria: Ministry of
Children and Family Development, 2009. Web. 19 June 2009.
Canada. Environment Canada. The Canadian Stratospheric Ozone
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Canada. Status of Women Canada. Data Sources on Immigrant Women
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19 June 2009.
Treat the government agency as the author. Give the name of the government (e.g. Canada) followed by the name of the agency.
If the name of the document’s author is known, the author’s name can “either begin the entry or, if the agency comes first, follow the title and the word By or an abbreviation (such as Ed. or Comp.)”. (See p. 176, MLA Handbook, 2009)