By R.B. Byers
The Canadian Annual Review has turn into an vital reference ebook for these involved at once or ultimately with Canadian public affairs. It bargains either a concise, handy checklist of the year's occasions and a liable appraisal of significant advancements. Compiled through a corps of Canadian students and specialists, writing lower than the course of an excellent Canadian historian and political commentator, it really is authoritative and eminently readable. Its articles should be learn consecutively for curiosity and guideline, or they are often spot learn conveniently to find specific info. a good index significantly complements the price of this annual, now in its 3rd decade, because the definitive list of Canadian political developments.
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S. market that was held by Canadian firms and argued that low stumpage fees in the provinces amounted to a government subsidy - Canada was asked to raise the price of its lumber. Following this request, Trade Minister Pat Carney made a 'once only' and 'final' offer to raise prices by 10 per cent, but the Americans rejected it. s. 54 per cent subsidy because provincial FREE TRADE 25 governments' undersell' timber cutting rights. Consequently, it imposed a 15 per cent duty. The Financial Post denounced this ruling as 'an undisguised political decision in place of the quasi-judicial one it is mandated to produce' (K7 October).
Goar said, 'To cynics, there was nothing surprising about the sudden choking of the postal hearings,' since the government hadn't wanted them anyway. ' Federal public service In August Mulroney rearranged many of the deputy minister positions and fired one prominent deputy minister. Arch MacKenzie of the Globe and Mail (24 August) wondered if there was a lesson for other public servants in the firing of Robert Rabinovitch, who had been deputy minister to the secretary of state, Walter McLean, and who was a mandarin perceived to be closely tied to the Trudeau regime.
Spokesmen and had caused some concern in Canada, particularly in the Maritimes, where regional support programs were considered both crucial to economic survival and inviolate. s. s. would ultimately lead to the end of Canada as a separate political entity. He argued, rather, that without free trade, if Canada found itself shut out of the American market, the resulting decline in the standard of living would pose a serious threat to national unity. Crispo suggested as well that many of those who oppose the concept of free trade do so because they fear the market-based orientation that it implies.
Canadian annual review of politics and public affairs, 1986 by R.B. Byers