2 edition of Canadian government and politics found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.6
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While this is a question bound to stir up debate, the authors have endeavoured to Canadian government and politics it with this newly revised, edited collection of influential essays, debates, reports, book excerpts, speeches, and academic writings. Turning Points: The Campaigns That Changed Canada - 2011 and Before 2011 440pp ch.
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As a federation, the existence and powers of the federal government and the ten are guaranteed by the Constitution. Anne Westhues; Brian Wharf 2014. The outcome of political party competition in the 2011 election.
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Authority refers to accepted power—that is, power that people agree to follow.
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