Date: 13 November, 2002 Key Topics: Canadian History, Canadian Issues, Civic Participation, Governance, Social History
A decade after the defeat of the Charlottetown Accord, constitutional reform is no longer seen as a priority in either our corridors of power or at dinner tables across the country. And yet electoral reform is a hot topic of conversation and debate. What bridges the present date to the brief Charlottetown era? Nothing less than the state of the Canadian democracy.
Contributors: Gérald- A Beaudoin,Natalie Des Rosiers, William Cross and Lisa Young,Howard Pawley, Stéphanie Bernatchez,John Graham, Andrew Parkin, Jack Jewab, Steven Hill, Alex Folkes
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