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Queen's University
 

Institute of Intergovernmental Relations

Quebec and Canada in the New Century : New Dynamics, New Opportunities

October 31-November 1, 2003 - Queen's University at Kingston 


 

Panel 1     Quebec Society and Politics and Quebec-Ottawa Relation, 1195-2003: Taking Stock  
  Robert Young (Chair, Western Ontario)  
  (Montréal)  
  (Le Devoir)  
     
  Papers  
  Analyzing recent empirical trends in Quebec public opinion
(Queen's)
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Quebec society and Canada-Quebec relations II: fundamental shift or politics as usual?
(Laval)

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Panel 2 The New Political Economy  
  David Cameron (Chair, Toronto)  
  (École nationale d'administration publique)  
  (Université de Montréal)  
     
  Papers
 
  Nation, state, society and globalization in Quebec I
Guy LaChapelle (Concordia)
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  Nation, state, society and globalization in Quebec II
Pascale Dufour (Montréal)
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  State restructuring, labour-state relations, and the politics of Quebec nationalism
Peter Graefe (McMaster)
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  The State, business, and economic development: the fate of the Quebec model
Éric Montpetit (Montréal)
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Panel 3 Society, Culture and Politics  
  Patrick Fafard (Intergovernmental Affairs, Privy Council Office)  
  Alain Gagnon (Political Science, UQAM)  
  Marc Levine (History, Wisconsin at Milwaukee)  
     
  Papers  
  Montreal: engine of socio-cultural change?
Caroline Andrew (Ottawa)
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  New social cleavages and new political discourses: re-defining the Quebec political agenda in relation to the rest of Canada?
Rachel LaForest (Queen's)
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  The cultural and ideological influences of immigration
Micheline Labelle (UQAM)
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The future fortunes and strategies of Quebec’s major political parties

Brian Tanguay (Wilfrid Laurier)

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Panel 4 Implications for the Federation  
  Peter Meekison (Political Science, Victoria)  
  Ted Morton (Political Science, Calgary)  
  Richard Simeon (Political Science, Toronto)  
     
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Potential impact of the Quebec Provincial Liberal victory on the future fortunes and strategies of federal-level political parties
(Edmonton Journal)

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  Broadening, Deepening and Re-Territorializing Federalism: NAFTA and KBE Perspectives
Tom Courchene (Queen's)
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