Ontario and Quebec Politics
This course is a comparative study of politics in Canada’s two largest provinces. After an examination of the historical origins of political life in Ontario and Quebec, it explores similarities and differences between these jurisdictions in a number of domains including immigration and multiculturalism policies; their welfare states, the extent of their state intervention in the economy, the size of their provincial governments and their relationships with Ottawa.
Format and Requirements
One two-hour lecture per week. Course requirements TBA.
POL214H1/ POL214Y1/ POL215H5/ POL216H5/ POL224H1/ POL224Y1/ POLB50Y3