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  • How Government Really Works

    The authors lift the veil on the work bureaucrats do and offer practical advice on how to survive and even thrive in the bureaucracy.

    $22.95, Paperback
  • How We Changed Toronto

    John Sewell provides an insider's account of the period when Toronto was transformed by activist citizens and reforming politicians
    $29.95, Hardcover
  • Equal as Citizens

    Enshrined in our constitution, Canadians expect equal treatment from their government. Canada's provinces have unequal means to pay for those responsibilities, as the balance of wealth shifts over time. Richard Starr traces the history of equalization & shows how it has been undermined & proposes how it can be reframed for the twenty-first century.

    $22.95, Paperback
  • Quiet No More

    Quiet No More offers new thinking about how ordinary citizens have started to take back power in our democracy and change the world. It examines the meaning and promise of Idle No More, the Occupy movement, the Quebec student spring and other expressions of new activism sweeping the world.
    $22.95, Paperback
  • The Secret Power of Juries

    Jurors are never told about the most powerful right that every jury has -- the right to ignore the law when it points to a deeply unjust result
    $22.95, Paperback
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    In Defence of History

    Either we understand our past, or we let it control us, with untold consequences for the resent and the future.

    $14.95, Paperback
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    Canada's Population Outlook

    Canada was not prepared for the impact of the Baby Boom on its education system and labour market- despite the fact that these effects were entirely predictable. Will the country be better prepared to cope with demographic changes in the years ahead?
    $14.95, Paperback
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