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Canada Remapped: How the Partition of Quebec Will Reshape the Nation
Explores what might happen in the event of a decision by Quebec to separate from Canada.
The Canadian Constitution: From Patriation to Meech Lake
Cree Agenda Becomes Part of Federal Election
The politicians of all parties are acting as if Aboriginal rights are irrelevant to this question of Quebec secession. Not only is it relevant: it is, in fact, central to the whole question. And if th...
Critical Perspectives on the Constitution: Volume 2
This collection includes essays on collective rights, resistance to patriation by First Nations chiefs, and Quebec education reform.
Elijah: No Ordinary Hero
Comeau describes Harper as a reluctant hero moving from band chief to the Manitoba Legislature, to the House of Commons.
Freedom Riders: 1961 and the Struggle for Racial Justice
Rebick calls for the transformation of fundamental institutions in Canada: the economy, the media and the electoral system.
In The Rapids: Navigating the Future of First Nations
Mercredi, Ovide; Turpel, Mary Ellen
A collection of speeches by Mercredi with contributions by the Dalhousie law professor who assisted him in 1992 constitutional negotiations.
Inventing the People: The Rise of Popular Sovereignity in England and America
Morgan, Edmund S.
The author makes the case that the United States has remained politically stable because the Founding Fathers invented the idea of the American people and used it to impose a government on the new nat...
Power To Us All: Constitution or Social Contract?
Woodcock calls for a true participatory democracy.
Quebec Agrees to Negotiate, Kidnap Crees First But "Negotiate"
Canadians as a whole seem to be unaware of the depth of the double standards advocated by the separatist leaders. We Crees are only too grimly aware of them, however, since we will be the first and mo...
Spirit of the Wolf: The Environment and Canada's Future: Volume 1
Toward a New Constitution?
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Citizens for Public Justice
CPJ is a national organization promoting justice in Canadian public affairs, responding politically to God's call for love toward our neighbour and responsibility for our environment. We use research,...