This text provides in-depth coverage of essential topics-from federalism, regionalism, and diversity of the party system, to media and political communication, and elections-while inviting students to debate and discuss the effectiveness of government mechanisms in the daily lives of Canadians.
This book explores the impact of unquestioned racial assumptions in the Canadian narrative that have constructed an insider/outsider culture. From that baseline, the authors then develop an analytic designed to move beyond racialized othering to a society of genuine inclusivity and universal belonging.
Over the two decades following the Second World War, the policy that would create "a nation of immigrants," as Canadian multiculturalism is now widely understood, was debated, drafted, and implemented.
Brings together a group of renowned scholars, both indigenous and non-indigenous, to cast light on the magnitude of the challenges Canadians face in seeking a consensus on the nature of treaty partnership in the twenty-first century.
The 2021 Census Postsecondary Research Kit has been developed for college, CÉGEP and university students looking to use Census data in their research. It includes an easy-to-use research guide on Census of Population resources and on how the data can be used to answer complex research questions.