POG 210 Power and Authority in Canada

Understanding who gets what, when, where, and how requires analysis of power and authority and their location in a political system. This course examines the role and powers of the Constitution including the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the Prime Minister and Cabinet, the legislature, the courts, and other Canadian institutions. In careers where the hand of Government is visible, awareness of these institutions and of their influence in the Canadian political process is essential. (Canadian) Tut: 1 hr./ Lect: 2 hrs. Prerequisites: POG 110 or POL 102; Antirequisites: POC 180, POL 27A/B, POL 101, POL 220, POL 332, PPA 120 Course Weight: 1.00 Billing Units: 1




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