Vol. 38 Nbr. 4, December - December 2015
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- The Canadian scene.
- Members' assistance programs: working in a job like no other.
- Campaign school for women: sharing political knowledge across the north.
- New parliamentarians share their initial thoughts about a job like no other.
- Grandfathers and grandchildren in the Parliament of Canada.
- Proportional representation: the Scottish model applied to the 2015 Canadian Election.
- The oldest parliamentary rules in Quebec and Canada.
- Courting controversy: the House of Commons' Ad Hoc process to review Supreme Court candidates.
- Guy Laforest Eugenie Brouillet, Alain-G. Gagnon and Yves Tanguay. The Constitutions that Shaped Us: A Historical Anthology of Pre-1867 Canadian Constitutions/Guy Laforest Eugenie Brouillet, Alain-G. Gagnon et Yves Tanguay, Ces constitutions qui nous ont faconnes: anthologie historique des lois constitutionnelles anterieures a 1867.
- New and notable titles.
- British Columbia.
- Northwest Territories.
- New Brunswick.
- House of Commons.
- Prince Edward Island.
- National Assembly.
- Under the crimson cloth: the story of Canada's Confederation Table: Canada's historic Confederation Table has returned to the province of Quebec for the first time in more than 100 years for a special exhibit--but its home is now Saskatchewan.