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(2) It explains how parliamentary and government activities are affected during
an election period and describes the situation of various key political players –
the Governor General, the Prime Minister, ministers and MPs – between the
dissolution of one Parliament and the beginning of the next. One issue of
Federal, Provincial and First Nations leaders taking action on health
transformation for First Nations in NAN Territory, 2017-11-17 19:31:26,
Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, news releases, Nishnawbe Aski Nation
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Growing public distrust of and alienation from traditional political parties, with
those negative feelings towards parties transferring to government itself. •.
Increased globalization, working either directly through increased competition's
impacts on jobs and wages, or through the limitations it imposes on national
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Pre-Confederation New Brunswick; Government and Politics; Security; Gordon's
Push for Union, 1863; The Canadian Visit, Summer 1864; The Charlottetown
Conference, September 1864; The Québec Conference, October 1864; Post-
Québec Reaction; The London Conference, December-January 1866-67;
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Introduction. How does government policy become law in Canada?(1) A better
understanding of the law-making process can be achieved by outlining its three
distinct stages: the Cabinet stage;; the parliamentary stage; and; the coming into
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