|Statement||Kenneth M. Lysyk.|
|Series||William Kurelek memorial lectures ;, 1978|
|LC Classifications||JL27 .L97|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||37 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||37|
|LC Control Number||79321059|
Canadian federalism (French: fédéralisme canadien) involves the current nature and historical development of the federal system in Canada. Canada is a federation with eleven components: the national Government of Canada and ten provincial governments. All eleven governments derive their authority from the Constitution of Canada. -- The legacy of the privy council in Canadian federalism / Peter W. Hogg -- Unnatural loyalties or naive collaborationists? The governments and citizens of Canadian federalism / Fred Cutler and Matthew Mendelsohn -- Institutions, citizenship, and federalism: contrasting models of redistribution in the twenty-first century / Robert G. Finbow. is entitled "Reshaping Canadian Federalism".4 In that article, Lysyk shares his thoughts on what degree of centralization is appropriate in the Canadian context, and suggests, for a number of reasons, that a highly centralized federal 13 This view is shared by Peter Cited by: 3. Insiders and Outsiders: Alan Cairns and the Reshaping of Canadian Citizenship [Gerald Kernerman, Philip Resnick] on vanbuskirkphotos.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Insiders and Outsiders celebrates the work of Alan Cairns, one of the most influential Canadian social scientists of the contemporary period. Few scholars have helped shape so many key debates in such a wide range of topics in Author: Gerald Kernerman.
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