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Class Notes for Political Science at Mount Royal University

PLSC 2231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Concurrent Jurisdiction, Marine Pollution, Christian Democrat Organization Of America

PLSC 2231 Topic 4 continued 01312018 Lecture 8 Federalism in Canada: A taxonomy of federal models that have been used to define Canadian federalism over time Watertight Compartments (18671930s) Consultation Coordination (...

Political Science
PLSC 2231
Bruce Foster
PLSC 2231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Charter Of The French Language, Distinct Society, National Assembly Of Quebec

PLSC 2231 FederalismRegionalism Quebec. 020518 Lecture 9 Fiscal Federalism Regionalism in the rest of Canada Federalism and Quebec Quebec is often regarded as the one who takes the first step in things. Quebec was crucial...

Political Science
PLSC 2231
Bruce Foster
PLSC 2231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Exchequer Of Pleas, Rosalie Abella, Brian Mulroney

PLSC 2231 Finish Topic 2 and Begin Topic 3 01242018 Lecture 6 Judicial Review the Charter: Some examples of judicial review under the Charter 1. Andrews v. Law Society of BC (1989) British citizen and graduate of UBC Law ...

Political Science
PLSC 2231
Bruce Foster
PLSC 2231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Presidential System, Canadian Federalism, Bicameralism

PLSC 2231 Finish Topic 3 and Begin Topic 4 01292018 Lecture 7 Recruiting Justices SCC: The advisory committee doesnt technically appoint justices, it merely designates applicants as recommended, or unable to recommend. The...

Political Science
PLSC 2231
Bruce Foster
PLSC 2231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Jacques Parizeau, Minister Of Intergovernmental Affairs And Youth, Socalled

PLSC 2231 FederalismRegionalism Quebec 02072018 Lecture 10 Fiscal Federalism Regionalism and the rest of Canada Federalism and Quebec: Constitutional Reform although largely unresolved to this day, at least to Quebecs sati...

Political Science
PLSC 2231
Bruce Foster
PLSC 2231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Liberal Democracy, Precedent, Constitution Act, 1982

PLSC 2231 Topic 2 continued 01172018 Lecture 4 Constitution Act, 1867: Outlines vaguely the structure of government (it doesnt speak to us as citizens at all). Importantly outlines for example the power Ottawa has, what po...

Political Science
PLSC 2231
Bruce Foster
PLSC 2231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Louis Hartz, Gad Horowitz, Counter-Revolutionary

PLSC 2231 Finish Topic 1 and Start Topic 2 01102018 Lecture 2 Society, Culture, Ideologies: Ideologies Federal parties do represent themselves as ideological vehicles. The liberals are centristliberal (brokerage party) and...

Political Science
PLSC 2231
Bruce Foster
PLSC 2231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Henry Morgentaler, Judicial Activism, The Wheel Of Time

PLSC 2231 Topic 2 3: The Constitution, the law, 01222018 Lecture 5 The judiciary The Charter: The Charter is an Americanstyle addition to our constitution. It is an Americanstyle because it imposes a judicial check (const...

Political Science
PLSC 2231
Bruce Foster
PLSC 2231 Lecture 1: lecture 1 plsc

PLSC 2231 Introduction 01082018 Lecture 1 Definitions: Politics how communities organize and govern themselves. A process of conflict resolution in which support is mobilized and maintained for collective projects. Power t...

Political Science
PLSC 2231
Bruce Foster
PLSC 2231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Constitution Act, 1982, Liberal Democracy, Representative Democracy

PLSC 2231 Topic 2: The Constitution The Law 01152018 Lecture 3 Constitution: Enumerates the guiding principles of society, its political structures and governing institutions. Convey the fundamental (supreme) laws by whic...

Political Science
PLSC 2231
Bruce Foster
PLSC 2287 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Offensive Realism, Defensive Realism, Security Dilemma

Levels of analysis: what they are? Ways of separating different explanation and factors o Individual level analysis o State level o International system level Determination ve...

Political Science
PLSC 2287
Bano
PLSC 2259 Lecture 3: midterm prep

Introduction: When it comes to classification systems, they help economists to categorize political systems along with simplifying them at the same time as well. By differentiating between them it not only allows ...

Political Science
PLSC 2259
Frances Widdowson
PLSC 2231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Robert Bourassa, Section 33 Of The Canadian Charter Of Rights And Freedoms, Parliamentary Sovereignty
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The Charter Centralizing Device  Trudeau was interested in civil liberties, but he also wanted to strengthen Canadian citizens ties to the federal government  Promoting a single Canadian nation ...

Political Science
PLSC 2231
John Roslinksi
PLSC 2231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: 2011 Wisconsin Act 10, Secret Ballot, Riding Association
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Electoral System and Party Financing SMP-FFTP  Single-Member-Plurality – a.k.a. First-Past-the-Post  Canada’s electoral system  Representation is by constituency or riding  Elect a single mem...

Political Science
PLSC 2231
John Roslinksi
PLSC 2231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Grandfather Clause
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Representation  The House of Commons is thought to be a representative institution, but it is not representative in the sense that it resembles or mirrors society  Characteristics of representati...

Political Science
PLSC 2231
John Roslinksi
Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Multilateral Treaty, European Economic Community, Statute Of The International Court Of Justice

l e a r n • r e f e r e n c e • r e v i e w permacharts TM International Law APPLICATIONS TREATIES ...

Commerce
COMM 404
All Professors
Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Liberal Democracy, Illiberal Democracy, Representative Democracy

Political Science2 Political Science3 permacharts TM WHAT IS POL...

Political Science
POLC42H3
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