Contemporary Canadian Government & Politics:
A Practical Research Guide

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6. Special Topics

Introduction:
In addition to the general sources covered in the main parts of this guide, researchers studying any of the following special topics in contemporary Canadian government and politics should also refer to some of the specialized resources available for each topic. Sources are presented following the same general outline as in the main part of this guide: sources for clarification and direction, bibliographies, finding and evaluating information, and selected primary sources and their finding aids.

* Aboriginal Peoples

* Environmental Policy

* Federalism / Constitutional Issues

* Government & Political Party Finance

* Immigration Policy

* International Relations, Trade, Foreign & Defence Policy

* Provincial and Local Government & Politics

* Women in Canadian Government & Politics

   
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