The general format and example below refers to a book with a corporate author.
If there is no personal author, an organization such as a university, association, corporation, or governmental body may serve as an author.
A shortened form of the name of the organization may be used for the in-text citation, using the initial letter of each part of the name or a readily recognizable abbreviation. The abbreviation will appear as the first element in the end reference, within square brackets.
Author. Year. Title of book. Edition. Place of publication (State or Prov): Publisher name. Number of pages p.
[NCW] National Council of Welfare (Canada). 2001. Child poverty profile. Ottawa (ON): National Council of Welfare.