Canadian Parliamentary Guide 2019 - ResearchAndMarkets.com
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An indispensable guide to government in Canada, the Canadian Parliamentary Guide provides information on both federal and provincial governments, courts, and their elected and appointed members.
Published annually since before Confederation, the Canadian Parliamentary Guide is a valuable guide, which provides information on elected and appointed members in our federal and provincial governments. This edition of the Canadian Parliamentary Guide is our most current, with 2,800 biographical sketches. Whether you are a journalist, law student, archivist or simply an individual with an interest in Canadian politics, you’ll save time and find the essential information you need with this concise, yet complete research tool.
Introducing this Grey House Canada edition is a 26-page, 4-colour section on the History of Canada. It includes an essay, maps, a timeline, and images of royal and provincial flags.
Following this history, the Parliamentary Guide reflects the structure of the Canadian government. It, therefore, begins with chapters on Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Canada’s sovereign and head of state, the Royal Family and the Governor General, Her Majesty’s representative in Canada.
The next chapters cover the Federal Government and include the Privy Council, the Senate and the House of Commons, which together make up the Parliament. Next are listings of the Press Gallery, Library of Parliament, and a newly enhanced section on the Parliamentary Budget Officer.
The following 13 chapters cover Provincial and Territorial Legislatures. The main body of the book concludes with coverage of the Federal Superior Courts.
Back matter includes five Appendices: Table of Precedence; Table of Titles; Abbreviations; Canadian Representatives Abroad; and Alma Maters. Following the Appendices are a Directory of Registered Political Parties and a Directory of Legislators. An alphabetical Name Index is the final element of the Parliamentary Guide.
Each chapter begins with a brief description of each institution covered. It includes historical data on the institution, in both text and chart format, and lists of its current members. Member lists are followed by biographical sketches of each of the members.
Biographical Sketches are compiled used data from a variety of sources. All biographies in this edition are current, and include the following information:
Following the election information, the executive and members of the Parliamentary Press Gallery are listed, and descriptions of the Library of Parliament and Office of the Parliamentary Budget Officer are given along with brief biographical sketches.
Provincial/Territorial chapters provide political information on the provinces and territories.
Each chapter includes:
Courts follow the provincial and territorial profiles: Supreme Court; Federal Court; Federal Court of Appeal; Court Martial Appeal Court; and Tax Court of Canada.
Key Topics Covered:
2. Parliamentarians of the Year
3. 2018 Election Report Card: Will the Trudeau Government Deliver on its Raised Expectations?
4. Government Statistics
5. Highlights of Significant Changes
6. History of Canada
8. Governor General
9. Privy Council
11. House of Commons
12. Elections 1867-2011
13. Election 2015
14. Summary of Results
15. Press Gallery
16. Library of Parliament
17. Parliamentary Budget Officer
19. British Columbia
21. New Brunswick
22. Newfoundland and Labrador
23. Nova Scotia
25. Prince Edward Island
28. Northwest Territories
31. Supreme Court
32. Federal Court
33. Federal Court of Appeal
34. Court Martial Appeal Court
35. Tax Court
38. Name Index
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