Canada in Question
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Preface
Introduction
1. Revisiting Vertical and Horizontal Dimensions of Citizenship
2. Populism, Enlightenment Values, and Citizenship
3. Indigenous Peoples and Citizenship
4. Immigration, Migration, and Citizenship
5. Economic Opportunity and Citizenship
6. Canadian Institutions and Citizenship
7. What is to be Done?
Notes
Index

About the Author

Peter MacKinnon is President Emeritus of the University of Saskatchewan and currently interim executive director of the School of Public Policy at the University of Calgary.

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"At a time when Canadians are facing the most serious economic and social crisis since the Second World War, Peter MacKinnon's thoughtful reflections on the importance of citizenship to our democratic survival make for essential reading for all Canadians."--The Right Honourable Beverley McLachlin, former Chief Justice of Canada
"Canada in Question engages with a range of interesting questions in Canadian public policy in a distinctive manner. This sort of accessible, principled discussion is a tremendously valuable addition to public discourse."--Dwight Newman, Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Rights in Constitutional and International Law, University of Saskatchewan

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