Canadian Annual Review of Politics and Public Affairs 2007.

By: Mutimer, DavidSeries: Canadian Annual Review of Politics and Public AffairsPublisher: Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2014Copyright date: ©2014Description: 1 online resource (323 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781442617216Genre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Canadian Annual Review of Politics and Public Affairs 2007DDC classification: 320.97 Online resources: Click to View
Contents:
Cover -- Contents -- Contributors -- Canadian calendar 2007 -- Editor's introduction - the year in review -- Parliament and politics -- NATIONAL INSTITUTIONS -- Cabinet -- By-elections -- Liberal veterans depart -- House transitions -- Electoral law -- "In and out" transactions in campaign 2006 -- Senate -- Speech from the Throne -- Auditor General's reports -- NOTES ON PARTISAN POLITICS -- Conservative Party -- Liberal Party -- New Democratic Party -- Green Party -- Bloc Québécois -- Party finances -- BUDGET AND ECONOMICS -- Economic indicators -- Budget 2007-8 -- Equalization -- Autumn economic update -- Bank of Canada turnover -- Mergers and acquisitions -- Omnibus tax reform and the hidden trapdoor -- AFGHANISTAN -- JUSTICE -- Criminal Code amendments -- Cannabis laws and anti-drug strategies -- Gun registry -- Security certificates -- THE ENVIRONMENT -- Greenhouse emissions: turning the corner, or stepping back? -- ABORIGINAL AFFAIRS -- CONTROVERSIES -- The Mulroney-Schreiber hearings -- Chalk River shutdown -- Foreign affairs and defence -- FOREIGN AFFAIRS -- Summitry -- G8 Summit -- North American Leaders' Summit -- APEC summit -- Commonwealth summit -- United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change - Bali -- Prime ministerial trip to Latin America and the Caribbean -- Human rights -- Maher Arar -- Omar Khadr -- Iran -- Dalai Lama -- DEFENCE POLICY -- Afghanistan -- Afghan detainees -- Funeral benefits -- Manley panel -- General Hillier -- Prime Minister Stephen Harper's travels -- Defence Minister Peter MacKay's travels -- Vimy Ridge anniversary -- Major military equipment decisions -- Naval ships -- Tanks -- Strategic airlift -- Municipal affairs -- CITIES IN THE MARKETPLACE -- THE CULTURE OF CITIES -- REGIONAL GOVERNANCE -- LOCAL DEMOCRACY -- CITIES IN THE CONFEDERATION -- First Nations -- FEDERAL -- 2007 federal budget.
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada's budget -- Aboriginal children -- No apology for residential schools -- Métis National Council (MNC) -- Mortgages -- Land claims -- Bill C-44 -- Rising incidents of tuberculosis -- United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples -- National Day of Action -- BRITISH COLUMBIA -- New port in Prince Rupert -- Treaty process -- Mining -- Fish stocks -- Firsts -- Sharon McIvor v. The Registrar, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada -- THE PRAIRIES -- Métis Nation Saskatchewan (MNS) -- Oil and gas revenue -- Bill C-31 -- Interim Métis Harvesting Agreement (IMHA) -- The Mackenzie Gas Project (MGP) -- Manitoba Human Rights Commission (MHRC) -- ONTARIO -- Mining -- Compensation over Caledonia -- Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug First Nation (KI) -- Ipperwash -- Aboriginal affairs ministry -- QUEBEC -- James Bay Agreement -- Nunavik Regional Government -- THE MARITIMES -- Indian status -- Atlantic Integrated Commercial Fisheries Initiative (AICFI) -- THE NORTH -- Inuvialuit Final Agreement (IFA) -- British Columbia -- THRONE SPEECH -- BUDGET -- ENERGY PLAN (CLIMATE CHANGE AGENDA) -- HEALTH -- LABOUR -- ABORIGINAL AFFAIRS -- FORESTRY -- MINING -- TRADE, INVESTMENT AND LABOUR MOBILITY AGREEMENT (TILMA) -- OLYMPICS -- PICKTON TRIAL -- ECONOMY -- Alberta -- A SHAKY DYNASTY -- THE ROYALTY REVIEW -- LEGISLATURE -- MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS -- HIGH-PROFILE MURDER TRIALS -- THE ECONOMY -- Saskatchewan -- ELECTIONS -- POLITICAL PARTIES -- LEGISLATURE -- GOVERNMENT -- BUDGET -- ECONOMY -- INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS -- ABORIGINAL AFFAIRS -- Manitoba -- THE ECONOMY -- THE BUDGET -- THE RIGHT AND LEFT -- THE SESSIONS OF THE LEGISLATURE -- THE ELECTION -- The Territories -- NORTHERN POLITICS -- NORTHWEST TERRITORIES ELECTION -- THE NORTHERN ECONOMY -- DEH CHO BRIDGE AND NORTHERN TRANSPORTATION -- THE NORTHERN SOCIETY.
CANADA WINTER GAMES -- CONCLUSION -- Ontario -- HEALTH -- EDUCATION -- ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT -- FIRST NATIONS -- FEDERAL-PROVINCIAL RELATIONS -- ELECTION CAMPAIGN -- Quebec -- THE ELECTION: RECONFIGURING THE POLITICAL LANDSCAPE -- REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION -- LIFE IN A MINORITY GOVERNMENT -- MEANWHILE IN THE SOVEREIGNIST CAMP: QUEBEC NATIONALISM ON THE EDGE? -- UP IN THE AIR … -- New Brunswick -- SHAWN GRAHAM'S FIRST LEGISLATIVE SESSION AS PREMIER -- SETTING POLICY BY TASK FORCES -- MORE ELECTRICITY RATE HIKES -- THE UNEVEN ECONOMIC PICTURE -- THE SAGGING NATURAL RESOURCE SECTORS -- ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL FRONT -- BEAVERBROOK GALLERY WINS BITTER LEGAL BATTLE -- THE FALL LEGISLATIVE SESSION -- Prince Edward Island -- ECONOMY -- FISCAL EVENTS -- POLITICS AND THE LEGISLATURE -- OTHER EVENTS -- Nova Scotia -- POLITICS -- LEGISLATURE -- THE ECONOMY -- INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS -- Newfoundland and Labrador -- Obituaries -- Election tables -- Index of names -- Index of subjects.
Summary: The Canadian Annual Review of Politics and Public Affairs is an acclaimed series that offers informed commentary on important national events and considers their significance in local and international contexts. This latest instalment covers a year of dramatic activity in provincial politics.
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Cover -- Contents -- Contributors -- Canadian calendar 2007 -- Editor's introduction - the year in review -- Parliament and politics -- NATIONAL INSTITUTIONS -- Cabinet -- By-elections -- Liberal veterans depart -- House transitions -- Electoral law -- "In and out" transactions in campaign 2006 -- Senate -- Speech from the Throne -- Auditor General's reports -- NOTES ON PARTISAN POLITICS -- Conservative Party -- Liberal Party -- New Democratic Party -- Green Party -- Bloc Québécois -- Party finances -- BUDGET AND ECONOMICS -- Economic indicators -- Budget 2007-8 -- Equalization -- Autumn economic update -- Bank of Canada turnover -- Mergers and acquisitions -- Omnibus tax reform and the hidden trapdoor -- AFGHANISTAN -- JUSTICE -- Criminal Code amendments -- Cannabis laws and anti-drug strategies -- Gun registry -- Security certificates -- THE ENVIRONMENT -- Greenhouse emissions: turning the corner, or stepping back? -- ABORIGINAL AFFAIRS -- CONTROVERSIES -- The Mulroney-Schreiber hearings -- Chalk River shutdown -- Foreign affairs and defence -- FOREIGN AFFAIRS -- Summitry -- G8 Summit -- North American Leaders' Summit -- APEC summit -- Commonwealth summit -- United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change - Bali -- Prime ministerial trip to Latin America and the Caribbean -- Human rights -- Maher Arar -- Omar Khadr -- Iran -- Dalai Lama -- DEFENCE POLICY -- Afghanistan -- Afghan detainees -- Funeral benefits -- Manley panel -- General Hillier -- Prime Minister Stephen Harper's travels -- Defence Minister Peter MacKay's travels -- Vimy Ridge anniversary -- Major military equipment decisions -- Naval ships -- Tanks -- Strategic airlift -- Municipal affairs -- CITIES IN THE MARKETPLACE -- THE CULTURE OF CITIES -- REGIONAL GOVERNANCE -- LOCAL DEMOCRACY -- CITIES IN THE CONFEDERATION -- First Nations -- FEDERAL -- 2007 federal budget.

Indian and Northern Affairs Canada's budget -- Aboriginal children -- No apology for residential schools -- Métis National Council (MNC) -- Mortgages -- Land claims -- Bill C-44 -- Rising incidents of tuberculosis -- United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples -- National Day of Action -- BRITISH COLUMBIA -- New port in Prince Rupert -- Treaty process -- Mining -- Fish stocks -- Firsts -- Sharon McIvor v. The Registrar, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada -- THE PRAIRIES -- Métis Nation Saskatchewan (MNS) -- Oil and gas revenue -- Bill C-31 -- Interim Métis Harvesting Agreement (IMHA) -- The Mackenzie Gas Project (MGP) -- Manitoba Human Rights Commission (MHRC) -- ONTARIO -- Mining -- Compensation over Caledonia -- Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug First Nation (KI) -- Ipperwash -- Aboriginal affairs ministry -- QUEBEC -- James Bay Agreement -- Nunavik Regional Government -- THE MARITIMES -- Indian status -- Atlantic Integrated Commercial Fisheries Initiative (AICFI) -- THE NORTH -- Inuvialuit Final Agreement (IFA) -- British Columbia -- THRONE SPEECH -- BUDGET -- ENERGY PLAN (CLIMATE CHANGE AGENDA) -- HEALTH -- LABOUR -- ABORIGINAL AFFAIRS -- FORESTRY -- MINING -- TRADE, INVESTMENT AND LABOUR MOBILITY AGREEMENT (TILMA) -- OLYMPICS -- PICKTON TRIAL -- ECONOMY -- Alberta -- A SHAKY DYNASTY -- THE ROYALTY REVIEW -- LEGISLATURE -- MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS -- HIGH-PROFILE MURDER TRIALS -- THE ECONOMY -- Saskatchewan -- ELECTIONS -- POLITICAL PARTIES -- LEGISLATURE -- GOVERNMENT -- BUDGET -- ECONOMY -- INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS -- ABORIGINAL AFFAIRS -- Manitoba -- THE ECONOMY -- THE BUDGET -- THE RIGHT AND LEFT -- THE SESSIONS OF THE LEGISLATURE -- THE ELECTION -- The Territories -- NORTHERN POLITICS -- NORTHWEST TERRITORIES ELECTION -- THE NORTHERN ECONOMY -- DEH CHO BRIDGE AND NORTHERN TRANSPORTATION -- THE NORTHERN SOCIETY.

CANADA WINTER GAMES -- CONCLUSION -- Ontario -- HEALTH -- EDUCATION -- ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT -- FIRST NATIONS -- FEDERAL-PROVINCIAL RELATIONS -- ELECTION CAMPAIGN -- Quebec -- THE ELECTION: RECONFIGURING THE POLITICAL LANDSCAPE -- REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION -- LIFE IN A MINORITY GOVERNMENT -- MEANWHILE IN THE SOVEREIGNIST CAMP: QUEBEC NATIONALISM ON THE EDGE? -- UP IN THE AIR … -- New Brunswick -- SHAWN GRAHAM'S FIRST LEGISLATIVE SESSION AS PREMIER -- SETTING POLICY BY TASK FORCES -- MORE ELECTRICITY RATE HIKES -- THE UNEVEN ECONOMIC PICTURE -- THE SAGGING NATURAL RESOURCE SECTORS -- ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL FRONT -- BEAVERBROOK GALLERY WINS BITTER LEGAL BATTLE -- THE FALL LEGISLATIVE SESSION -- Prince Edward Island -- ECONOMY -- FISCAL EVENTS -- POLITICS AND THE LEGISLATURE -- OTHER EVENTS -- Nova Scotia -- POLITICS -- LEGISLATURE -- THE ECONOMY -- INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS -- Newfoundland and Labrador -- Obituaries -- Election tables -- Index of names -- Index of subjects.

The Canadian Annual Review of Politics and Public Affairs is an acclaimed series that offers informed commentary on important national events and considers their significance in local and international contexts. This latest instalment covers a year of dramatic activity in provincial politics.

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