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The National Assembly’s Citizen Round Table: A Tool for Boosting Citizen Participation in Parliamentary Proceedings and Activities

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The National Assembly’s Citizen Round Table: A Tool for Boosting Citizen Participation in Parliamentary Proceedings and Activities

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“Are You Calling Me a Liar?”: Reflections on Unparliamentary Language at the Legislative Assembly of Alberta and Beyond

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“Are You Calling Me a Liar?”: Reflections on Unparliamentary Language at the Legislative Assembly of Alberta and Beyond

Hon. Nathan Cooper is Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta.

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Parliamentary Diplomacy in an Era of Uncertainty: Toward a Paradigm Shift in the Parliament of Canada’s International Missions

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Parliamentary Diplomacy in an Era of Uncertainty: Toward a Paradigm Shift in the Parliament of Canada’s International Missions

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Parliamentary Relatives: Dale Lovick and Jan Pullinger

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Parliamentary Relatives: Dale Lovick and Jan Pullinger

Dale Lovick and Jan Pullinger married while both were serving as Members of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia. Lovick was first elected in the 1986 provincial general election and Pullinger was elected in a 1989 by-election. They both represented the electoral district of Nanaimo on Vancouver Island until 1991, when multi-Member electoral districts were eliminated in B.C. From 1991, Lovick continued to represent the electoral district of Nanaimo while Pullinger represented the neighbouring electoral district of Cowichan-Ladysmith. They both served as MLAs until the dissolution of the 36th Parliament in 2001.

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