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Published by Canadian High Commission in [London] .
Written in English


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Statementby Alan C Cairns.
SeriesCanada House lecture series -- no.49
The Physical Object
Pagination20 p. ;
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13928493M

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Canadian Federalism: Performance, Effectiveness, and Legitimacy is a collection of seventeen original essays casting a critical eye on the institutions, processes, and policy outcomes of Canadian federalism. Divided into three parts--The Institutions and Processes of Canadian Federalism; TheSocial and Economic Union; and Deliberating Reform and Legitimacy--the book documents how Canadian. Pierre Trudeau was a charismatic figure who, from the late s until the mids, dominated the Canadian political scene and aroused passionate reactions. Joseph Philippe Pierre Yves Elliott Trudeau, PC, CC, CH, QC, MSRC (usually known as Pierre Trudeau or Pierre Elliott Trudeau), was the 15th Prime Minister of Canada from Ap to /5(7).   The third edition of Canadian Federalism: Performance, Effectiveness, and Legitimacy offers 18 original essays that cast a critical eye on the institutions, processes, and policy outcomes of Canadian federalism. This text documents how Canadian intergovernmental relations have evolved in response to such issues as fiscal deficits; the chronic questioning of the Canadian federal system's.   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 ; .

  Alain-G. Gagnon is Canada Research Chair in Quebec and Canadian Studies and Professor of Political Science, Université du Québec à Montréal. Member of the Royal Society of Canada, Gagnon's research and writing has concentrated on Quebec and Canadian politics, with a special emphasis on multinational federalism, nationalism, identity. this book, respectively written by Ronald Watts, Pierre Elliott Trudeau and Will Kymlicka. Obviously, the meaning of federalism in Québec is deeply related to the meaning of federalism throughout Canada, so beyond this essay it would remain quite foolhardy to ignore the mul-tiple contributions of Canadian scholars on federalism. Incidentally. The Canadian federation Canadian federalism and the autonomy of Québec: A historical viewpoint: by Marc Chevrier Direction des communications Ministère des Relations internationales The author of this study proposes an interpretation of Québec's constitutional history and an overview of its key demands for reform. A new book has been launched by several prominent Quebecers with the aim of better promoting federalism in the province. The 14 contributors to the book include Quebec Intergovernmental Affairs.