Electing a Diverse Canada presents the most extensive analysis to date of the electoral representation of immigrants, minorities, and women in Canada. Covering eleven cities, as well as Canada's Parliament, it breaks new ground by assessing the representation of diverse identity groups across multiple levels of government. Electoral representation is an important indicator of a democracy's health, and this book provides both a baseline for future research and an outline of the key challenges facing Canadian democracy.2005. Police, politicians reject idea to fight gun acrisis.a Toronto Star. 17 August. Isin, Engin, and Myer Siemiatycki. 2002. ... 2005. Suburban success: Immigrant and minority electoral gains in suburban Toronto. Social Issues (Summer): 69-72.
|Title||:||Electing a Diverse Canada|
|Author||:||Caroline Andrew, John Biles, Myer Siemiatycki, Erin Tolley|
|Publisher||:||UBC Press - 2009-07-01|