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This study assesses the impact of majority and minority governments on legislative activity in the Canadian House of Commons. The quantitative analysis spans the 22nd to the 40th Parliaments (1953–2009) and examines legislative productivity and success by government type. The analysis of...
Scholarship examining public pronouncements on “mass culture” in Canada during the post-World War Two period has focused overwhelmingly on the pessimistic voices of the cultural critics who feared mass culture's deleterious effects upon national identity, democracy, and intellectual freedom. A...
In this research, we compare the results for a 2009 survey of Iowa State University students (our non-Canadian Studies sample) with the 2010 survey of Loyola University, Chicago, the University of Missouri, and Université Laval students (our Canadian Studies sample) on their knowledge of Canada....
In the summer of 2005, with the passage of the Civil Marriage Act, Canada became the third country to extend full rights to same-sex marriages. This article explores passage of the CMA, focusing on parliamentary voting behavior on the free vote used in the House of Commons. Using multivariate...
This article focuses on Jean Narrache (pseudonym for Emile Coderre) who sought to give voice to the poor of Montreal as they struggled for survival during the Great Depression. Writing in their ideolect and thereby giving them a voice of their own, Narrache adopted the persona of a man living in...
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