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Trésors de la collection (en anglais seulement) :

  • The case for a job guarantee The case for a job guarantee
  • Provincial battles, national prize? : elections in a federal state Provincial battles, national prize? : elections in a federal state
  • Black cop : my 36 years in police work, and my career-ending experiences with official racism Black cop : my 36 years in police work, and my career-ending experiences with official racism
  • The sleeping giant awakens : genocide, Indian residential schools, and the challenge of conciliation The sleeping giant awakens : genocide, Indian residential schools, and the challenge of conciliation
  • Duty and choice : the evolution of the study of voting and voters Duty and choice : the evolution of the study of voting and voters
  • Lead successful projects Lead successful projects
  • The stories were not told : Canada's First World War internment camps The stories were not told : Canada's First World War internment camps
  • Leading from between : Indigenous participation and leadership in the public service Leading from between : Indigenous participation and leadership in the public service
  • Friends, foes, and furs : George Nelson's Lake Winnipeg journals, 1804-1822 Friends, foes, and furs : George Nelson's Lake Winnipeg journals, 1804-1822
  • Government information in Canada : access and stewardship Government information in Canada : access and stewardship
  • Lost feast : culinary extinction and the future of food Lost feast : culinary extinction and the future of food
  • Course correction : a map for the distracted university Course correction : a map for the distracted university
  • The madness of crowds : gender, race, and identity The madness of crowds : gender, race, and identity
  • Women political leaders : the impact of gender on democracy Women political leaders : the impact of gender on democracy
  • Conformity : the power of social influences Conformity : the power of social influences

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