Book review

Book offers closer look at Canada’s ‘rare example’ of successful federation

Rivals for Power measures the success of Canada's coming together through the lens of the country's accommodation of minorities.

The first 1968 government of prime minister Pierre Trudeau—pictured in November 1981 with Jean Chrétien at the federal-provincial conference of first ministers on the Constitution—marked the beginning of modern federalism, according to Ed Whitcomb. Photograph courtesy of Library and Archives Canada

PUBLISHED :Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017 12:00 AM

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