Paradigm Shift: Globalization and the Canadian State
This straightforward examination of globalization within a Canadian context considers its effects on sovereignty, covers democratic governance, and looks at the losers and winners of a globalized Canada.
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Changing Times Changing Paradigms
An Always Global Nation
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