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Department
Political Science
Course Code
POL101Y1
Professor
Nelson Wiseman

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MARCH 7TH 2011
POL 356 Atlantic Canadian Party Politics
will also do some regional parties/cultures continued
-Questions from last weeks lecture for test : what are ways of telling if political
parties are integrated or confederal?(relation between federal / provincial parties), received
images we have of politics in provinces (traditionalism/conservatism in atlantic canada, prairies
identified with protest and protest parties, BC entertainment quality to them, Quebec nationalist)
1. 5 Immigrant Waves
2. Provincial Metaphorical Images
3. Party Politics in Atlantic Canada
last week, get sense that politics driven in different ways in different parts of country, different
tone to politics in different provinces. Book-Canadian provincial politics by martin robin, Sask.
parties in a politically competitive province, AB-politics of consensus, NS- tradition and
conservatism, BC-Company province, NB-politics of fragmentism, MB-ethinc and class politics,
ON-dominant province,
these images in many provincial books, Executive Styles in Canada.
regional cultures and in party names different. titles of newspapers. kingston paper used to be
called British Whig, would never happen in quebec. Winnipeg Free Press(liberal idea), the
victoria colonist.
party politics in provinces have turned out the way they have because of people who have
immigrated there.
IMMIGRANT WAVES BY PERIOD, REGION, ORIENTATION,AND RELATION TO
PARTY
Immigrant Wave PERIOD REGION ORIENTATIO
NPARTY
1. Canadiens
(from france) to 1760 Quebec/Acadia Conserv, Quasi-
Feudalism Unione
nationale
2. Loyalist(from
US) 1780s Maritimes/ontario tory touched
liberals Conservative
3. Early Modern
(from Britain) 1815-51 Ontario Reform Liberalism Liberal
4. Modern
a)Britain
b)US
c)E/Cen Europe
1890s to
1920 West, some in
Ontario/Mtrl. not
farmers like other
groups,
a)Labour Socialist
b)Populist Libs
c)Deferential, not
backbone to any
party
a) CCF-NDP
b) UFA- SC-
Reform
c) commie party,
some NDP
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