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  • Author:
    Randall White
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    Dundurn (March 1, 1990)
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    304 pages
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Voice of Region traces the long history of Canadian regionalism down to the present.

Voice of Region traces the long history of Canadian regionalism down to the present. Formerly he was a senior economist for the Ontario Ministry of Treasury and Economics. Series: Current Issues in Historical Perspective (Book 2).

Voice of region: the long journey to senate reform in. .

Voice of region: the long journey to senate reform in canada. White, Randall Toronto, Dundurn Press, 1990. This timely book will be consulted often in the next few years by senior secondary school students and students in post-secondary institutions. Much of the discussion at the Meech Lake deliberations dealt with senate reform, and the failure of the politicians to reach agreement put senate reform on hold yet again. Author Randall White, a consultant on public policy issues, puts this thorny issue into historical perspective, stretching back to 1870.

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Voice of Region book. Randall White is Professor of Anthropology at New York University and one of the world’s leading specialists in the study of Paleolithic art and personal adornment. White was one of the first to recognize the evolutionary importance of personal adornment and its critical role in the organization and demographic expansion of modern humans. His work on the origins of art and personal adornment in E Randall White is Professor of Anthropology at New York University and one of the world’s leading specialists in the study of Paleolithic art and personal adornment.

Canada has always been a nation of strong regions and divergent interests . The book examines the unhappy record of the current Senate of Canada.

Canada has always been a nation of strong regions and divergent interests - perhaps never more so than now as the country grapples with the difficult an.Voice of Region" traces the long history of Canadian regionalism down to the present. In 1867, the institution formally given the role of regional advocate was an appointed Senate.

Voice of Region traces the long history of Canadian regionalism down to. The book examines the unhappy record of the current Senate of Canada since the 1860’s, arguing that a particular historic logic is urging a broad process of Senate reform on the Confederation of the 21st century. Voice of Region ultimately comes to focus on the specific late 20th century demand for an "elected, effective, and equal" Senate in Canada.

Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique.

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Historical ancestry and geographical proximity underpin the dominant role of two major . Issues for Reform, Toronto: Methuen. White, Randall 1990: Voice of Region. The Long Journey to Senate Reform in Canada, Toronto: Dundurn Press.

Historical ancestry and geographical proximity underpin the dominant role of two major reference points for and constitutional reform in Canada: The British Westminster model is the obvious benchmark for the Canadian version of parliamentary (responsible) government. Docherty, David C. 1997: Mr Smith Goes to Ottawa. Life in the House of Commons, Vancouver: UBC Press.

The Long Journey to Senate Reform in Canada. Published April 1990 by Dundurn Pr Ltd. Politics and government, Canada, Geschichte, Reform, Regionalism, Legislative bodies, Canada.

Using current provincial populations, this would create a Senate with 12 seats for Quebec; six seats each for Alberta . Randall White is the author of Voice of Region: The Long Journey to Senate Reform in Canada and Ontario Since 1985

Using current provincial populations, this would create a Senate with 12 seats for Quebec; six seats each for Alberta, British Columbia and Ontario; and three seats each for Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, PEI and Saskatchewan. Story continues below advertisement. Randall White is the author of Voice of Region: The Long Journey to Senate Reform in Canada and Ontario Since 1985. Follow us on Twitter eandmail Opens in a new window.

Canada has always been a nation of strong regions and divergent interests – perhaps never more so than now as the country grapples with the difficult and controversial Meech Lake Accord. Voice of Region traces the long history of Canadian regionalism down to the present. In 1867, the institution formally given the role of regional advocate was an appointed Senate. The book examines the unhappy record of the current Senate of Canada since the 1860’s, arguing that a particular historic logic is urging a broad process of Senate reform on the Confederation of the 21st century.

Voice of Region ultimately comes to focus on the specific late 20th century demand for an "elected, effective, and equal" Senate in Canada. It does not minimize the difficulties this demand presents for the institutional heritage of Canadian parliamentary democracy, and it stresses how Senate reform is entangled with quite different demand for a "distinct society" in Quebec. It maintains, however, that only an elected Senate – something proposed even in the 1860s – can foster essential regional consensus for robust and coherent Canadian development in the century that lies ahead.