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Coming this April from MQUP and the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada, a timely new book that takes a look at Canadian electoral reform: Should We Change How We Vote?: Evaluating Canada’s Electoral System.
From the introduction –
“Canadians have the capacity to have a serious conversation about electoral reform. But in … Read More >
For Immediate Release – Montreal – September 27, 2016
New book uses evidence-based approach to assess the former prime minister’s policy legacy.
THE HARPER FACTOR
Assessing a Prime Minister’s Policy Legacy
and Graham Fox
26 October 2016, 5:30pm – 7:00 pm
@ The Métropolitain Brasserie & Restaurant
700 Sussex Dr. Ottawa, Ontario
Tel – (613) 562 1160
Publication Date: 19 October 2016
A … Read More >
We are delighted to have Ben Trotter, adjunct professor of history at Columbus State Community College and co-author of A World of Paper: Louis XIV, Colbert de Torcy, and the Rise of the Information State, participate in a Q&A with MQUP Editor Kyla Madden.
Together they discuss how the award-winning book “A World of Paper”, a collaboration between two generations … Read More >
A huge congratulations to Donald J. Savoie for winning the 2015 Donner Prize. Professor Savoie was awarded the $50,000 Donner Prize for What Is Government Good At?: A Canadian Answer. His book was chosen from an impressive list of 86 submissions by a five-member jury: A. Anne McLellan (Jury Chair), Jean-Marie Dufour, Peter George, V. Peter … Read More >
The first-ever New Brunswick Book Awards were handed out this week at the Capitol Theatre in Moncton, New Brunswick. The awards gala shared the stage with this year’s Atlantic Book Awards, which was part of the Frye Festival.
The inaugural winners included Donald J. Savoie who won the Writers Federation of New Brunswick Book Award for non-fiction for Read More >
Special to The Globe and Mail
Published Saturday, Nov. 28, 2015 6:00 AM ET
“One can appreciate the euphoria being felt by public servants in Ottawa with the change of government. The perception, if not the reality, among them is that the previous government never understood, … Read More >