By repeating certain themes during provincial campaign rituals, the parties in the prairies established and perpetuated powerful codes that continue to shape the nature of each province’s politics. [From Inroads 30, 2012]
The capital of a bilingual, multicultural Canadian federation must adapt national symbols, renaming geographic features, support national sports, celebrate culture and promote shared values. [From Inroads 30, 2012]
In the immediate postwar period, Quebec enjoyed substantial advantages. It exploited them to meet short-term objectives as laid out by Fortin. The consequence was the dilapidation of human, social, cultural and economic capital...
Something very important has happened: the disintegration of the political centre. One need not have any loyalty or emotional attachment to the Liberal Party to conclude that this is not necessarily good news. [From Inroads 30,...
Their purpose is to dispel an “objectionable notion that the English stood united against Quebec. I never shared this perception, but acknowledge it is held firmly by some: I applaud the editors’ determination to lay it to...
Will the New Democrats new and old will break our tradition of back-room dealing, and openly confront some serious questions: Tom Mulcair is best placed to answer these questions. [From Inroads 30, 2012]
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