Most political scientist would define freedom or autonomy as the ability or capability to
rule or govern ones self, but this notion of freedom is under profound metamorphosis with the
inception of neo liberal globalization era, in which we live in. Accord
Aboriginal Canadians and Health Care
By Keith Jarrett
POLS 2910: Canadian Democracy in a North American Context
March 5. 2012
Health Care for Aboriginal Canadians has been a progressive road for them, but not without its
challenges. The Indian
What goes on in cities perhaps affects us more than any levels of government because we rely
heavily on the resources brought forth by municipal levels and were also subject to abide
according to municipal jurisdictions.
In Canada, its been report
Taxes are in essence money that is used to pay for things that we as a nation own in
common, such as hospitals, public education, infrastructure and so on.
Politics usually promise to lower taxes and some threaten to increase taxes. Some
What the State Should Own
One of the continuous debates that is surfacing in politics is whether we should approach
nationalisation or private modes of ownership. However recent emergence of
globalisation has made it difficult to see past privatization.
In the article Potash takeover, Janice Mackinnon discusses the attempt by the giant
Australian mining corporation BHP to take over Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan for a
whopping $38 billion. Although the deal never went through, the deb
March 2nd, 2012
The End of Political Apathy
John Locke, in his book The Second Treatise of Government, which later became a
blueprint for most Western Liberal democracies, argued that, if a government does not perform t
POLS 2910 Study Notes
Course Introduction And Overview
- Institutions and democracy
- Public Policy
I am Canadian! What does that even mean?
Politics often brings out the worst in human n