How Ottawa Spends, 2005-2006: Managing the Minority

How Ottawa Spends Managing the Minority The twenty sixth edition of How Ottawa Spends examines the policy initiatives priorities and initial spending of Martin s Liberals in an era where a political coronation seemed inevitable but high e

  • Title: How Ottawa Spends, 2005-2006: Managing the Minority
  • Author: G. Bruce Doern
  • ISBN: 9781282863880
  • Page: 176
  • Format: ebook
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    The twenty sixth edition of How Ottawa Spends examines the policy initiatives, priorities, and initial spending of Martin s Liberals in an era where a political coronation seemed inevitable but high expectations had to be managed downwards almost immediately Carleton University s School of Public Policy and Public Administration s annual study focuses on key issues, incluThe twenty sixth edition of How Ottawa Spends examines the policy initiatives, priorities, and initial spending of Martin s Liberals in an era where a political coronation seemed inevitable but high expectations had to be managed downwards almost immediately Carleton University s School of Public Policy and Public Administration s annual study focuses on key issues, including Canada US cross border relations, health care reform, public safety and security, and the role of public inquiries A less than buoyant fiscal surplus, escalating concerns about Liberal Party ethics and corruption, and a growing volatility in public opinion are examined, as are Canadians increasingly uncertain views about the new leadership, particularly after a ten year hold on power by the Liberal Party Contributors include Frances Abele Carleton University , Barbara Allen University of Birmingham and Carleton University , Gerry Baier University of British Columbia , Herman Bakvis Dalhousie University , Gerry Boychuk University of Waterloo , Douglas Brown Queen s University , John Chenier ARC Publications and the Lobby Monitor , Michael Dewing Library of Parliament , Monica Gattinger University of Ottawa , Geoffrey Hale University of Lethbridge , Ian Hodges Carleton University , Rachel Laforest Queen s University , Russell Lapointe Carleton University , Allan Maslove Carleton University , Michael Prince University of Victoria , Jack Stillborn Library of Parliament , Christopher Stoney Carleton University , and Reg Whitaker University of Victoria.

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