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Sites of governance : multilevel governance and policy making in Canada's big cities / edited by Martin Horak and Robert Young
Alternate Title Multilevel governance and policy making in Canada's big cities
Montreal : McGill-Queen's University Press, c2012
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  HT127 .S58 2012    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Urban policy -- Canada -- Case studies
Federal-city relations -- Canada -- Case studies
Central-local government relations -- Canada -- Case studies
Municipal government -- Canada -- Case studies
Public-private sector cooperation -- Canada -- Case studies
Physical Description viii, 387 p. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Introduction: multilevel governance and its central research questions in Canadian cities / Robert Young -- Ascending the main stage?: Calgary in the multilevel governance drama / Byron Miller and alan Smart -- Charlottetown: a small, quiet seat of government--no boom, no bust / David M. Bulger -- Submerging the urban: Halifax in a multilevel governance system / Robert G. Finbow -- Overcoming adversity, or public action in the face of new urban problems: the example of Montreal / Laurence Bherer and Pierre Hamel -- Multilevel governance and public policy in Saint John, New Brunswick / Greg Marquis -- Policy making in Saskatoon in a multilevel context: the link between good governance and good public policy / Joseph Garcea and Donald C. Story -- St. John's, a city apart: an essay in urban exceptionalism / Christopher Dunn and Cecily Pantin -- Multilevel governance in Toronto: success and failure in Canada's largest city / Martin Horak -- Multilevel governance and urban development: a Vancouver case study / Thomas A. Hutton -- Multilevel governance without municipal government: minimalist government in Winnipeg / Christopher Leo with Martine August, Mike Pyl, and Matthew D. Rogers -- Conclusion: understanding multilevel governance in Canada's cities / Martin Horak
Series Fields of governance ; 3
Alternate Author Horak, Martin, 1973-
Young, Robert, 1950-

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