I can answer any questions about Canadian politics. More specifically, I have expertise in parliamentary procedure, the Constitution, and Ontario politics.
I have a B.A.(Hons) and an M.A. in Political Science, as well as practical work experience in academia, professional politics, government relations, and work at a provincial legislature.
Canadian Parliamentary Review Federal Governance Canadian Political Science Association Annual Meeting, 2005.
B.A. (Hons): History and Political Science. M.A.: Political Science
|Michael||10/01/14||10||10||10||Thoughtful answer.Certainly something to chew on!|
|Nick||09/22/13||10||10||10||Thanks a lot! That helped a lot!|
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Hi Michael, That's a great question! The answer, however, is rather complex, due to the way our system operates. Let's see if I can help, though. My own belief about voting is that we should vote
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