5 edition of Canadian federalism found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Michael Burgess.|
|Series||Studies in federalism, Studies in federalism (Leicester, England)|
|Contributions||Burgess, Michael, 1949-|
|LC Classifications||JL27 .C4677 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 211 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||211|
|LC Control Number||91142607|
A revised edition of our core text for upper-level courses in Canadian federalism. The new edition addresses the current context of Canadian politics: a continuing regionalized party system that has created a minority government in Ottawa; aggressive provincial governments; fiscal surpluses that have allowed a return to the expansive state; and continuing restraints on Ottawa's policy .
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It was in these circumstances that the Association of Canadian Law Teachers and the Canadian Political Science Association used their annual meeting at Charlottetown in to get, on each of four aspects of the current problem of Canadian federalism, a vigorously reasoned statement, by a French-Canadian and an English-Canadian scholar, of the.
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Hail. CANADIAN FEDERALISM AND QUEBEC SOVEREIGNTY by Christopher Edward Taucar (New York: Peter Lang Publisher, ) pp. Since the referendum, the Quebec question has fascinated many authors in the United States and has created interest in the American publishing industry for Canadian authors on the subject.
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A Most Canadian Odyssey: Education Diplomacy and Federalism, Allison, John: Books - or: John Allison. Canadian federalism refers to the nature and historical development of the federal systems within is a federation with two distinct jurisdictions of political authority: the country-wide federal government and the ten regionally-based provincial governments.
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'At other times, our most secret prejudices, our weaknesses. Jonathon Swainger, Canadian Historical Review, The fact is, in spite of reams of writing on the judicial interpretation of Canadian federalism, there has never been a book-length study of this kind.
Saywell combines the precision and focus of the legal scholar with the broad sweep and contextual awareness of the historian.Federalism and Decentralization in Canada The presence of Quebec has profoundly influenced the character of Canadian federalism – greatly strengthening pressures for decentralization, and placing the concern for maintaining ‘national unity’ at the heart of Canadian debate.
(Gagnon ; Balthazar ) As in other linguistically and.The book is divided into three parts and eleven chapters.
The first part is a general introduction to the basic elements of Canadian federalism, while the second part deals with the history of the feud between Canada and : Claude Couture.