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Rivals for Power: Ottawa and the Provinces

This book provides a history of Canadian federalism and the various politicians over the years who have engaged in an ongoing push and pull over power between Ottawa and the provinces. Ed Whitcomb examines their past successes and failures and the ongoing challenges to the country's unity.

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The Trans-Pacific Partnership and Canada

Independent experts on the costs and benefits of the TPP for Canada

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How We Changed Toronto

John Sewell provides an insider's account of the period when Toronto was transformed by activist citizens and reforming politicians

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Canada after Harper

The definitive account of the Harper government -- and how its policies can be stopped

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The United Nations in the 21st Century

A short, pointed, informative overview of ':the world':s best hope': for humanity in this century

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Protecting Research Confidentiality


Who can legally keep a secret? Lawyers, yes, priests, yes, but what about researchers? Not to mention social workers, therapists, doctors, or police officers.

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Harperism

The thinkers and ideas that brough Reaganism and Thatcherism to Canada today

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The Rise of the New West

This one-volume history chronicles a 150-year history of dramatic changes in fortune and attitudes in western Canada.

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Quiet No More

Quiet No More offers new thinking about how ordinary citizens have started to take back power in our democracy and change the world. It examines the meaning and promise of Idle No More, the Occupy movement, the Quebec student spring and other expressions of new activism sweeping the world.

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