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Although nationalism remains a significant motif of Quebec politics, it no longer has the same texture, the same purpose, or the same spirit it once had. What accounts for this change? And what should we make of it? This article proposes a critical reflection to gauge whether the...
Education is a well-known correlate of many political attitudes and behaviors. Despite the concept’s ubiquitous use by researchers, however, few studies take seriously the question of how it should be operationalized. Measures of level of education are used inconsistently and coding decisions...
Northern Ontario’s economy began as a booming nineteenth-century resource frontier because of international market demand for natural resource commodities, private sector business investment, and government initiatives in transportation and protectionism. During northern Ontario’s development,...
Recent research on the effects of school cancellations because of snow or storms confirms what school authorities in Canada and the United States have understood for some time: missed school days have a detrimental effect upon student learning. Disrupted instructional time and student learning...
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