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Canada and Its Centennial and Sesquicentennial
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Preface 1. Downstream from the Centennial: Navigating Fifty Years of Policy Change Sophie Borwein and Carolyn Hughes Tuohy Part I: Generational Prospects, Then and Now 2. Dreams along a Journey Michael Valpy 3. Discounting Now and Then Joseph Heath 4. Postponed Adulthood, the Inequality Surge, and the Millennial Burden John Myles 5. Half a Century of Pension Reform in Canada Daniel B land Part II: The Economy, the Environment, and the Federation 6. The Economy: From Innovation to Policy Michelle Alexopoulos and Jon Cohen 7. Natural Resources, Federalism, and the Canadian Economy Kathryn Harrison 8. Environmental Policy Transformations and Canada at 150 Jennifer Winter 9. The Environment as an Urban Policy Issue in Canada Matti Siemiatycki 10. Canada's Radical Fiscal Federation: The Next Fifty Years Kevin Milligan Part III: Rethinking Sovereignty, Allegiance, and Rights 11. Reasonable Accommodation, Diversity, and the Supreme Court of Canada Emmett Macfarlane 12. Invisibility, Wilful Blindness, Impending Doom: The Future (if Any) of Canadian Federalism Jean Leclair 13. Canadian Federalism, Canadian Allegiance, and Economic Inequality Jeremy Webber 14. Indigenous-Canadian Relations at the Sesquicentennial: An Opportunity for Real and Lasting Transformation Sheryl Lightfoot 15. Reconciliation with a Question Mark: Three Moments Christa Scholtz 16. Reconciliation, Colonization, and Climate Futures Deborah McGregor Part IV: Canada's Borders and Beyond 17. Fifty Years of Canadian Immigration Policy Antje Ellermann 18. From G rin-Lajoie to USMCA: The Role of the Canadian Provinces in Trade Negotiation St phane Paquin 19. Canada and the World: Managing Insecurity in a Changing Global Order Aisha Ahmad 20. Has Canada Reached Policy Gridlock? Peter Loewen and Andrew Potter Contributors

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Carolyn Tuohy is a professor emeritus of political science and founding fellow in the School of Public Policy and Governance at the University of Toronto. Sophie Borwein is a PhD student in Political Science at the University of Toronto, Junior Fellow of Massey College, and the first public editor of University of Toronto's student newspaper, a role focused on serving the interests of both the newspaper's readers and its journalists. Peter John Loewen is a professor in the Department of Political Science and the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy at the University of Toronto. Andrew Potter is a noted journalist and editor-in-chief of the Ottawa Citizen.

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