Canadian federalism: Idiosyncratic characteristics, evolution and lessons learned. Centralizing and decentralizing trends in the Austrian Constitution. Click the link for more information. The breakdown of class politics: A debate on post-industrial stratification. Settled Unsettlements -- 'Circumstances' -- Ambiguities -- Triumphs -- 4.
Broadcasting in the federation: National power, divided purpose. In assessing this changing relationship and its implications for Canadians, it is important to understand the shifting context affecting governments, the voluntary sector and the corporate world. If each actor is to accept ownership of its actions and if citizens are to have recourse for policy failures, then the influences and intrinsic faultlines of the relationships must be understood. My purpose is to continue in this tradition by investigating the consequences of drafting constitutions for constituent states in federations and quasi-federations. David Martin , 1943- Whistling past the graveyard. Regional and Federal Studies, 13 2 , 107- 127. Federalism, broadcasting, and the search for community.
Strayer shares his experiences as a key legal advisor with a clear, personal voice that yields an insightful contribution to Canadian history and political memoir. Reviews of national policies for education—Canada. I can only agree to that prescription. Montréal, Canada: Institute for Research on Public Policy. Is there any room for a new perspective on this old issue? Canadian Journal of Political Science, 36 1 , 295- 317. In this perspective, the theme of avoidance leads to the notion of constitutional abeyance.
In Will Kymlicka, Politics in the vernacular: Nationalism, multiculturalism and citizenship pp. Given the current debates about Quebec sovereignty and Native self-government, the future of the Canadian federation is uncertain. Western religion: A country by country sociological inquiry. Comparative Political Studies, 28 1 , 137- 138. Montréal and Kingston, Canada: McGill-Queen's University Press. Certain historical mechanisms, such as to give only one example revolts being triggered by attempts of lords to enforce more vigorously regulations previously allowed to fail into abeyance, will sound very familiar to students of early modern revolts, as will the social composition of the rebels: it was the middling range of artisans and agriculturalists who rose up. Toronto, Canada: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.
From health care to crime and punishment ; from immigration to race and public policy; from tax regulations to the environment; from values to prime ministers and presidents there are as many differences as there are similarities in the way the two countries do things, and not infrequently it turns out that the similarities and differences are not as we have assumed them to be. More than an academic question: Universities, government and public policy in Canada. The Journal of Politics, 27, 861- 874. The paper reveals that this emphasis was bound to result in frustration and complication of the pursuit of aboriginal self-government in the constitutional arena. So get your friends together and start your own clean reads bookclub! The welfare state and Canadian federalism 2nd ed. Women's Legal Strategies in Canada, Radha Jhappan, ed.
He is the author of Whistling Past the Graveyard: Constitutional Abeyances, Quebec,and the Future of Canada and co-editor of Braving the New World: Readings in Contemporary Politics. Special report: What's wrong at school. Thus, if sn estate be limited to A for life, remainder to the right heirs of B, the fee simple is in abeyance during the life of B, because it is a maxim of law, that nemo est hoeres viventis. The result is an interesting, at times challenging, and sometimes puzzling set of reflections on the future of women's legal strategies in Canada. Will English-language television remain distinctive? Institutional and constitutional arrangements: An overview.
This is an accessible primary source for experts and non-specialists interested in constitutional history studies, political history of patriation and The Charter, interpretation of The Charter, and the nature of judicial review. Jean-Paul L'Allier reveals his policy: Culture or nothing. Citizens' Forum on Canada's Future. The discrepancy between the written constitution and the day-to-dayworkings of the Canadian federal system is noted by a number of observers. The Comparative Territorial Politics series. Everything old is new again: Canada, Québec and constitutional impasse.
For example, if one's states that one's property shall go to one's youngest nephew at the time of one's death, the property is in abeyance because it is unknown whether the youngest nephew now will still be the youngest nephew when the will is executed. David Martin , 1943- Whistling past the graveyard. Among other things, scholars have analysed the consequences of various mechanisms for assigning competences to federal and state governments and for representing constituent states in federal decision-making processes. This article proposes an explanation based on the ethnolinguistic social structure. The author borrows this idea from Michael Foley's The silence of Constitutions and uses it in order to provide a fresh look on the evolution of the Canadian constitutional history. Increasingly dependent upon interest associations for their expertise and ability to provide services governments no longer could or would, governments began to reexamine their relationship and question the capacity and accountability of the organisations.