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The Procedure Committee One Year After
David Collenette
Can Parliament Control the Regulatory Process
J.R. Mallory
Parliamentary Democracy in Canada: What is its Future?
Joan McNiven
Translating for Parliament
Jean-Pierre Olivier
Whips and Party Cohesion
Martin Westmacott
Thirty Years a Senator
John Connolly
A Procedural Clerk Goes North
Susan Baldwin
What’s in a Name: Politician/Politicien
Madelaine Albert; Gary Levy; Georges Royer
Speaker's Ruling
Question of privilege related to alleged misleading of the Quebec National Assembly
Richard Guay
Parliamentary Book Shelf
Parliamentary Privilege in Canada, by J. P. Joseph Maingot
John Holtby
Parliamentary Book Shelf
Lawmaking by the People: Referendums and Plebiscites in Canada by J. Patrick Boyer
Bruce Carson
Legislative Reports
CPA Activities: The Canadian Scene

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Vol 6 no 3, autumn 1983

Charles Turner (left) Chief Government Whip and Bill Kempling Chief Opposition Whip bow to the Speaker on March 17, 1982 bringing to an end the 14 day bells crisis

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