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Print format (PDF) Vol. 40 no. 4, Winter 2018
Know Your Mace: Prince Edward island
Ryan Reddin
Is There a Lawyer in the House? The Declining Role of Lawyers in Elected Office
Graham Steele
The Applicability of the Salisbury Doctrine to Canada’s Bi-Cameral Parliament
Christopher Reed
Fusion of Powers? Building Connections Between the Public Service and the Legislative Branch
Adam Walter
It Takes Two to Tango—Exempt Staff and the Lobbying Act
Christina Vietinghoff
The Parliament of United-Canada in Montreal, 1843-1849: an exceptional archaeological site
Louise Pothier; Hendrik Van Gijseghem
Canadian Study of Parliament Group: The New Senate
Will Stos
CPA Activities
Parliamentary Bookshelf: Reviews
New and Notable Titles
Legislative Reports
Sketches of Parliament and Parliamentarians Past: Senator Raoul Dandurand: Champion of an Independent Senate
Peter Price

Canadian Parliamentary Review Cover
Vol 40 no 4, Winter 2018

James Duncan. The House of Assembly, Montreal, c. 1848. Watercolour and gouache over graphite on wove paper, 27.7 x 40 cm. Purchased 1982, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Photo: NGC

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