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Crawford, Mark. Pre-election commitments to decentralization, central planning, central control, and pricing services, 1972 & 1975. Victoria: B.C. Project working paper, University of Victoria, 1983. 13 pp.

Books and Chapters in Books political science

Curry, John; Donker, Han, and Richard Krehbiel. “Land Claim and Treaty Negotiations in British Columbia, Canada: Implications for First Nations Land and Self-Governance,” Canadian Geographer 3, no. 58 (2014): 291-304.

Journal Articles geography Indigenous political science

de Rooij, Eline A., J. Scott Matthews, and Mark Pickup. “Vancouver: October 20, 2018.” In Big city elections in Canada. Jack Lucas and R. Michael McGregor, 101-126. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2021. 280 pp. 9781487528584.

Books and Chapters in Books political science

Doberstein, Carey. “Applying European Ideas on Federalism and Doing It Better? The Government of Canada’s Homelessness Policy Experiment,” Canadian Public Policy 3, no. 38 (2012): 395-410.

Journal Articles political science

Erutku, Can, and Vincent Hildebrand. “Carbon Tax at the Pump in British Columbia and Quebec,” Canadian Public Policy-Analyse De Politiques 2, no. 44 (2018): 126-133.

Journal Articles political science

Evans, Bryan, and Halina Sapeha. “Are Non-Government Policy Actors Being Heard? Assessing New Public Governance in Three Canadian Provinces,” Canadian Public Administration 2, no. 58 (2015): 249-70.

Journal Articles political science

Evenden, Matthew. “Escape from the Staple Trap: Canadian Political Economy after Left Nationalism,” Canadian Historical Review 4, no. 97 (2016): 594-96.

Journal Articles history political science