Recent Submissions

  • Fostering Canadians' Role in Public Policy: A Strategy for Institutionalizing Public Involvement in Policy 

    Aucoin, Peter, and Lori Turnbull. 2006. Fostering Canadians' Role in Public Policy: A Strategy for Institutionalizing Public Involvement in Policy. Canadian Policy Research Networks, Inc./Reseaux Canadiens de Recherche en Politiques Publiques.
    The arguments for engaging Canadians at all stages of the policy process are clear and overwhelming. Citizens demand a more meaningful role in policy development. Engagement is a powerful antidote to voter disaffection ...
  • On the Cusp of Change? The Nova Scotia House of Assembly 

    Smith, Jennifer, and Lori Turnbull. 2008. "On the Cusp of Change? The Nova Scotia House of Assembly." Canadian Parliamentary Review 31(2): 13-22.
    No abstract available.
  • The Nova Scotia Provincial Election of 2009 

    Turnbull, Lori. 2009. "The Nova Scotia Provincial Election of 2009." Canadian Political Science Review 3(3): 69-76.
    No abstract available.
  • The democratic deficit: Paul Martin and parliamentary reform 

    Aucoin, P., and L. Turnbull. 2003. "The democratic deficit: Paul Martin and parliamentary reform." Canadian Public Administration-Administration Publique Du Canada 46(4): 427-449.
    Paul Martin's plan to reform parliamentary government in order to eliminate the so-called democratic deficit calls for greater independence for individual MPS and the House of Commons vis-a-vis the government. In this ...