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by David Mutimer
eISBN: 978-1-4426-9778-2. Subjects: Political Science. The public health crisis disrupted life in Toronto and other urban centres for several months, and governments at all levels were called on to deal with the consequences.
While 1989 marked the beginning of profound changes on the international scene, Canadian politics and public affairs were dominated by growing tension in federal-provincial relations.
Widely known for its accuracy, readability, and insight, it offers a synoptic appraisal of the year's crises, controversies, and developments from both federal and provincial perspectives. While 1989 marked the beginning of profound changes on the international scene, Canadian politics and public affairs were dominated by growing tension in federal-provincial relations. The introduction of the goods and services tax by the Mulroney government, along with other federal belt-tightening measures, had serious side-effects on regional economies all round.
lished in 1902 by . Morang & C. Lt. as Morang's annual register of Canadian affairs, 1901 Each issue includes a Canadian obituary record and a record of Canadian books of the year Vols.
Provincial Politics in Canada, 2 nd E. Scarborough: Prentice-Hall. Elections Manitoba (2003). Voting Patterns, Canada, The Encyclopedia of the Great Plains, David Wishart, e. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Lambert, Geoffrey (2005)
Provincial Politics in Canada, 2 nd E. Friesen, Gerald (1996). River Road: Essays on Manitoba and Prairie History, Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press. Lambert, Geoffrey (1984). Lambert, Geoffrey (2005).
Fourteen contributors, drawn from a range of institutions across Canada, discuss critical issues from federal, provincial and territorial perspectives.
David Mutimer is a professor and chair of the Department of Political Science at York University.
Published November 15, 2003 by University of Toronto Press.
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David Mutimer, York University, Political Science Department .
David Mutimer, York University, Political Science Department, Faculty Member. Studies International Relations, Critical Security Studies, and Armed Conflict. View on utppublishing.
In 2003, Canada earned distinction on the world stage for eradicating deficit spending and for its progressive stance evident in its support for gay marriage, moves to decriminalize possession of marijuana, and liberal immigration policies. However, despite it achievements, Canada faced many new and longstanding political challenges.
Canada was not immune to widespread turmoil and uncertainty rooted in war, disease, and the effects of globalization such as SARS, mad cow disease, and a large-scale blackout affecting the north-eastern United States and Ontario. The United States was becoming mired in a complex and prolonged war with Iraq, and a large contingent of Canada's armed forces remained in Afghanistan. Additional security measures were implemented to meet the threat of terrorism, while Mahar Arar's accounts of torture endured in a Syrian jail became a symbol of public doubt about many of the new counter-terrorism initiatives.
The Canadian Annual Review of Politics and Public Affairs 2003 is the latest instalment in an acclaimed series that offers informed commentary on important events, and thoughtfully considers their significance in local and international contexts.