Canadian Federalism, Internationalization and Quebec Agriculture: Dis-Engagement, Re-Integration?

@inproceedings{Skogstad1998CanadianFI,
  title={Canadian Federalism, Internationalization and Quebec Agriculture: Dis-Engagement, Re-Integration?},
  author={Grace Skogstad},
  year={1998}
}
The two faces of relations between Quebec and Canadian agriculture have been shaped by Canada's federal system and developments in the international trading environment. The first face, the disengagement of Quebec's farm community from the Canadian federal system, can be traced to the Quebec government's expansionist agricultural policy, the diminished federal expenditure role in Quebec agriculture, and the fissiparous effects of the negotiation of international trade agreements. The second… CONTINUE READING

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