Publisher: Institute of Intergovernmental Relations; 2000-2001 ed. edition (November 1, 2002)
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Arguably, political alterations in Canada were better within the Nineteen Nineties than in the other decade in view that Confederation, yet do those adjustments represent a shift in Canadian political tradition? do we even converse of a Canadian political tradition? What are the implications of those alterations for the federation? Are Canadians kind of united? Are federal-provincial relatives greater or worse? What does the long run carry? The authors try and resolution those questions via analyses of the federal social gathering procedure, politics within the provinces and areas, and political dynamics in a few factor parts, together with Aboriginal politics, the constitution, multiculturalism, the rural-urban cleavage, and social coverage. participants contain Gordon Gibson (Fraser Institute), Hugh Segal (Institute for examine on Public Policy), Samuel LaSelva (University of British Columbia), Jennifer Smith (Dalhousie University), Alain-G. Gagnon (McGill University), Nelson Wiseman (University of Toronto), and Ian Stewart (Acadia University).