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Disengaged?

Elections are a critical componenet of democracy, yet civic engagement has reached a post-war low in Manitoba. Barely half of all eligible voters showed up to vote in the last three provincial elections. ...

Potash

Did Saskatchewan give away the goose that laid the golden egg?

When it comes to potash, John Burton claims we did. And he asks, where is the money for the natural resource going now?

In Saskatchewan, politics ...

Privilege and Policy

The introduction of medicare in Saskatchewan marks a dividing point in the history of the province and Canada. Before 1962, access to medical care was predicated on ability to pay and private health insurance. ...

New Directions in Saskatchewan Public Policy

By David P. McGrane
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General Series CPP

In this new scholarly compilation by David P. McGrane, established and emerging trends in Saskatchewan public policy are the foundation for setting new directions for the province in the 21st century. ...

The New Normal

 A comprehensive and up-to-date overview of climate change in the Prairie provinces, along with strategies for adapting to the "new normal."

The present climate crisis shows no sign of abatement. On the ...

Manitoba Premiers of the 19th and 20th Centuries

Manitoba's long history of conflict, and the impact that has had on the rest of Canada, is revealed in these political biographies of the province's first eighteen premiers.
Throughout its history, Manitoba ...

-30-: Thirty Years of Journalism and Democracy in Canada

  Journalism matters--and this book proves it.

This insightful, eloquent and entertaining anthology paints a compelling portrait of Canada and Canadian journalism in a rapidly changing world. It brings ...

Saskatchewan Politics

In his 2001 volume on politics in Saskatchewan, Howard Leeson observed that vast changes were underway in the Saskatchewan polity, and he predicted that the familiar politics of the past would soon look ...