How Ottawa spends, 2007-2008 [electronic resource] : the Harper Conservatives - climate of change / edited by G. Bruce Doern.
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- Harper Conservatives - climate of change
- 28th ed.
- Montreal, QC : Published for the School of Public Policy and Administration, Carleton University by McGil, c2007.
- How Ottawa Spends Series
How Ottawa spends
1 online resource (333 p.)
- Government spending policy -- Canada.
Canada -- Appropriations and expenditures.
Canada -- Politics and government.
Harper, Stephen, 1959-.
- Electronic books.
- The Harper conservatives in power : emissions impossible / Bruce Doern
Addressing the fiscal imbalance through asymmetrical federalism : dangerous times for the Harper government and for Canada / Andrew Teliszewsky and Christopher Stoney
La grande secuction : wooing Quebec / Peter Graefe and Rachel Laforest
"Getting down to business" rebuilding Canada-U.S. relations under the Harper government / Geoffrey E. Hale
The Federal Accountability Act : how Ottawa steps backward in monitoring political ethics and integrity / Lori Turnbull
Why ministerial responsibility can still work / Jonathan Malloy and Scott Millar
Room for manoeuver? The Tory agenda and Liberal commitments / Carey Anne Hill and Trevor E. Lynn
Energy shift : Canadian energy policy under the Harper Conservatives / Keith Brownsey
Patience! ... Wait time guarantees and conservative health care policy / Gerard W. Boychuk
The Harper government's Universal Child Care Plan : paradoxical or purposeful social policy? / Michael J. Prince and Katherine Teghstsoonian
Federal public service labour relations : business as usual? / Timothy J. Barkiw and Gene Swimmer
Righting wrongs : locking them up without losing the key - Tory reforms to crime and punishment / Ian Lee
Public-private partnerships : P3 and the "porcupine problem" / Ruth Hubbard and Giles Paquet
Consumer protection through free markets, small government, and individual responsibility? The federal approach, 1993-2007 / Derek Ireland and Kernaghan Webb
Appendix A : Canadian political facts and trends
Appendix B : fiscal facts and trends.
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Doern, G. Bruce.
Carleton University. School of Public Administration.
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