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A Teaching Topic in Intergovernmental and Global Context

Approaches to National Strategy: Canada

This teaching topic examines Canadian approaches to grand strategy and planning, given Canadian constitutional-political structures/traditions. 

Recommended Reading (University of Toronto PPG-2008)

Studin, Irvin "Constitution and Strategy: Understanding Canadian Power in the World" (2010) CLPE Research Paper 04/2009 Vol. 05 No. 01 (2009) (accessed through Google search, 23 February 2013). 

Studin, Irvin, "Reflections on the Quebec Question" Policy Options (February 2012) at http://www.irpp.org/po/archive/feb12/studin.pdf (accessed 23 February 2013). 

Studin, Irvin, "Canada – Population 100 Million (Global Brief, Spring/Summer 2010) at http://globalbrief.ca/blog/features/canada-%e2%80%93-population-100-million/2050 (accessed 23 February 2013).

Reference re Securities Act, 2011 SCC 66 at http://scc.lexum.org/en/2011/2011scc66/2011scc66.html  (accessed 23 February 2013).

Securing an Open Society: Canada’s National Security Policy (Ottawa: Privy Council Office, 2004). http://www.pco-bcp.gc.ca/index.asp?doc=natsec-secnat/natsec-secnat_e.htm&lang=eng&page=information&sub=publications (accessed 23 February 2013).

Source: University of Toronto PPG 2008 Syllabus, 2013.

Page created by: Ian Clark, last updated 23 February 2013.


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