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Canada, Ministry of State, Urban Affairs. Profile: Vancouver: the political and administrative structures of the metropolitan region of Vancouver. by Andre Bernard, Jacques Leveille, Guy Lord, Ottawa: 1975. 131 pp.

Grey Literature political science

Carter, Connie. “Making Residential Cannabis Growing Operations Actionable: A Critical Policy Analysis,” International Journal of Drug Policy 20, no. 4 (2009): 371-76.

Journal Articles political science

Chouinard, Vera, and Valorie A. Crooks. “Negotiating Neoliberal Environments in British Columbia and Ontario, Canada: Restructuring of State-Voluntary Sector Relations and Disability Organizations’ Struggles to Survive,” Environment & Planning C: Government and Policy 26, no. 1 (2008): 173-190.

Journal Articles geography political science

Clément, Dominique. “The Social Movement Society and the Human Rights State.” In Protest and Politics: The Promise of Social Movement Societies, ed. Howard Ramos and Kathleen Rodgers. 61-78. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2015. 9780774829168.

Books and Chapters in Books political science

Cochrane, William. Labour disputes and the metropolitan press: a catalogue of editorial reaction. Victoria: B.C. Project working paper, University of Victoria, 1983. 51 pp.

Books and Chapters in Books political science

Cohen, Marcy. “The Privatization of Health Care Cleaning Services in Southwestern British Columbia, Canada: Union Responses to Unprecedented Government Actions,” Antipode 38 (2006): 626-644.

Journal Articles political science

Cohn, Daniel. “British Columbia’s Capital Asset Management Framework: Moving From Transactional to Transformative Leadership on Public-Private Partnerships, or a ‘Railroad Job?’,” Canadian Public Administration 51, no. 1 (2008): 71-97.

Journal Articles economics/business political science

Collier, Cheryl N. “Neoliberalism and Violence against Women: Can Retrenchment Convergence Explain the Path of Provincial Anti-Violence Policy, 1985-2005?,” Canadian Journal of Political Science 41, no. 1 (2008): 19-42.

Journal Articles gender history political science