Chretien & Canadian Federalism

by Edward McWhinney | 20 April 2004
PAPERBACK
Category: Politics
Constitutionalist Ted McWhinney draws on his extensive experience in the workings of our federal system to discuss the need for modernisation and updating to meet the radically new demands of the plural, multicultural Canada of the twenty-first century. His thinking has the advantage of his personal exchanges with prime ministers from the time of John Diefenbaker, as well as his recent direct participation in governmental decision-making in Ottawa during two elected terms as Member of Parliament and Parliamentary Secretary to several ministries. Proposals for reform are canvassed frankly. More importantly, practical ways out of our present constitutional straight-jacket -- the result of the failure of the Meech Lake and Charlottetown Accords -- are put forward for debate.
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Constitutionalist Ted McWhinney draws on his extensive experience in the workings of our federal system to discuss the need for modernisation and updating to meet the radically new demands of the plural, multicultural Canada of the twenty-first century. His thinking has the advantage of his personal exchanges with prime ministers from the time of John Diefenbaker, as well as his recent direct participation in governmental decision-making in Ottawa during two elected terms as Member of Parliament and Parliamentary Secretary to several ministries. Proposals for reform are canvassed frankly. More importantly, practical ways out of our present constitutional straight-jacket -- the result of the failure of the Meech Lake and Charlottetown Accords -- are put forward for debate.
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Constitutionalist Ted McWhinney draws on his extensive experience in the workings of our federal system to discuss the need for modernisation and updating to meet the radically new demands of the plural, multicultural Canada of the twenty-first century. His thinking has the advantage of his personal exchanges with prime ministers from the time of John Diefenbaker, as well as his recent direct participation in governmental decision-making in Ottawa during two elected terms as Member of Parliament and Parliamentary Secretary to several ministries. Proposals for reform are canvassed frankly. More importantly, practical ways out of our present constitutional straight-jacket -- the result of the failure of the Meech Lake and Charlottetown Accords -- are put forward for debate.

Product Details

Chretien & Canadian Federalism

ISBN9781553800064

FormatPAPERBACK

Publisher (20 April. 2004)

No. of Pages220

Weight404

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 155 x 230