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Charter of Rights and Freedoms Part One

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17 Mar 2011
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Multiculturalism

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9 Feb 2011
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Not purely federal because of the federal government"s ability to prevent provincial legislation: competing views on confederation/federalism o o. Deba
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Canadian Politics in Review

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9 Apr 2011
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Electoral System 1

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9 Apr 2011
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The electoral system: set of institutions and rules that translate the votes of citizens into political seats. Kinds of electoral systems: single-membe
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'Friendly Dictatorship' or Priministerial Power

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18 Feb 2011
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Lecture four: friendly democracy" or prime ministerial power february 17, 2011. Types of regimes: monarchy/dictatorship, give authority to a monarch/in
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Charter of Rights and Freedoms Part Two

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17 Mar 2011
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Sovereignty

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9 Feb 2011
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Founding myths and confederation: compact between english and french (two nations theory) o o. Those who believe in this support an asymmetrical federa
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Electoral System 2

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9 Apr 2011
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Lecture nine: electoral system, continued march 31, 2011. How do people decide: ads o o. Attack ads as beneficial for parties but not group. Doesn"t ta
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Legislation and Representation

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4 Mar 2011
27
Review: democracy: by the people, of the people, for the people (lincoln, do not have direct democracy. We don"t really elect those who govern, we elec
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Americanization

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9 Feb 2011
29
Lecture one: january 20, 2011 americanization of canada: certain ideas that are canadian/american, us in a different position than canada o o. Californ
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POLB50Y3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Qwerty, Limited Government, Path Dependence

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30 Jan 2017
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Unitary state: final authority/sovereignty resided in a single government. Can have multiple levels of government in place. Cannot exert control outsid
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Lecture Notes

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19 Feb 2011
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 democracy/liberal democracy: once you have sovereignty you must decide who gets power.  referendum of ontario: representative democracy - people are
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