POG 310 Provincial Politics

Much of the political action in the Canadian political system occurs at the provincial level, where many important issues confronting citizens are addressed, yet most Canadians know little about their provincial governments. This course examines the main elements of provincial governance in comparative context. Looking at ideological, economic, social and political factors, the course follows a critical and explanatory approach to understanding and evaluating provincial governance. (Canadian) Lect: 3 hrs. Prerequisite: POG 210 or POL 27B or POL 101 or POL 122 or POL 123 or POL 332 or PPA 120; Antirequisite: PPA 121 Course Weight: 1.00 Billing Units: 1

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