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Please Note: You will complete this assignment on this Word document: NOT PDF, Notepad, Pages, or Any Other Format (beginning on p.10) and upload it to our D2L course website.
You can leave all of this information in your document preceding your answers on p.10 onward. (i.e. There is no reason to delete the first few pages of instructions and text).
***Please check your Word Document carefully before submission. Any problems in formatting could lead to grade delays or a decreased grade.
Incomplete information can also result in a decreased mark.
It is suggested you use Mozilla Firefox for your browser for Turnitin as Internet Explorer sometimes does not work.
In Mozilla Firefox, go to our (C)PPA 425 D2L Brightspace course website:
1. Click on “Assessment” on the top toolbar.
2. Click on “Assignments”.
3. Click on “Final Assignment”.
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Posting or sharing any of this assignment by communication with other students or any other people, in email format, to online websites, or forums is not allowed.
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Please Note: You will complete this assignment on this Word document: NOT PDF, Notepad, or any other Format (beginning on p.10) and upload it to our D2L course website.
You can leave all of this information in your document preceding your answers on p.10 onward. (i.e. There is no reason to delete the first few pages of instructions and text).
This final assignment has been designed to provide you with an opportunity to critically reflect upon and apply the course content to current political events and issues in the Canadian context. In this assignment you will demonstrate that you understand some of the fundamental Intergovernmental Relations (IGR) concepts. Do not do or use any outside research for this assignment. Only use the websites provided in the assignment questions for background information and our (C)PPA 425 required course textbook chapter materials.
There is no need for additional research beyond the course materials. You have plenty of information to draw on in your required textbook chapter readings.
Ensure that you carefully and thoroughly review the Required Course Readings as outlined in the course syllabus along with the Weekly PowerPoint slides and Course information and provide your own analysis based on these.
This assignment should be based only on Required Course Chapter Readings, Course Information, video clips, and films, with required course readings forming the bulk of your information.)
Please do not cite the PowerPoint slides for (C)PPA 425. Cite the required chapter reading information instead.
Do not do outside research. Only include required (C)PPA 425 course materials used to date and the websites provided for background information.
Write full words out for formality. Do not use contractions in your assignments.
Use APA citation style (author date) to paraphrase in-text ideas from our course readings. Please note that we use an edited textbook, so there are different authors for every chapter.
Please write the specific chapter authors you are referring to, not our book editors.
For example, here is the course syllabus citation for Chapter 15 from Week 4:
*TEXT: Chapter 15 pp. 3-30
Papillon, Martin. (2020). Nation to Nation? Canadian federalism and Indigenous multi-
level governance. In H. Bakvis & G. Skogstad (Eds.), Canadian federalism: Performance, effectiveness, and legitimacy (pp.395-426). University of Toronto Press.
In this case, you cite (Papillon, 2020, p. 395), NOT (Bakvis & Skogstad, 2020, p. 395). You will note how I also cite specific chapter authors in each week’s PowerPoint slide information.
General Paraphrase Format Examples (These authors are not used in our class): Xxxxxxxx xxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxx (Choi, 2012).
Jandt (2018) xxxxxxx xxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxx.
You can cite minimal paraphrases from the Powerpoint Slides as (Schatz, Month Date PowerPoint Slides.)
Ex. (Schatz, October 20 PowerPoint Slides)
In general, do not cite the PowerPoint slides for (C)PPA 425. Cite the required chapter reading information instead.
Do not quote my PowerPoint slides.
Keep your quotes to a minimum. You should paraphrase most of the information instead.
If you do quote anything, follow these APA in-text citation examples for quotations:
Choi suggests, “Xxxxxxxx xxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxx” (Choi, 2012, p.43).
Jandt claims, “Xxxxxxxx xxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxx” (Jandt, 2018, p.43).
Note that we generally use the present tense to describe authors’ ideas.
Your in-text citations should match the information provided in our course syllabus for required readings. Please pay careful attention to the example above.
You do not need a References List, Works Cited or Bibliography as this assignment should be only based on course materials.
Important Notes:
• This is an individual/ independent assignment. You are to work individually on this. You should not have the same assignment as your classmates. If you submit the same assignment as another classmate, you and your other classmate will receive “0” on it.
• This assignment must be your own original work. If you plagiarize or have others do the work for you, you will receive a “0” on it.
Plagiarism
The Ryerson Student Code of Academic Conduct defines plagiarism and the sanctions against students who plagiarize. All students are strongly encouraged to go to the Ryerson Academic Integrity Office website and complete the tutorial on plagiarism.
For more information, please consult Ryerson University’s Senate Policy on Academic Integrity No. 60.
Plagiarism Warning: Keep in mind that plagiarism is a very serious, punishable offence that can result in penalties ranging from an “F” in the assignment, an “F” in the course, or suspension from the University. Failure for the course is usually the least serious effect. Plagiarism includes using the work of others without proper referencing – this includes paraphrasing someone else’s words or ideas without referencing them, leaving off the quotation marks around someone else’s verbatim text, and handing in work written by someone other than you. Re-using papers from your other classes or “recycling” the work you did for another assignment is also an unacademic practice. Any assignment in which the ideas of another author are intentionally misrepresented, represented without acknowledgement and/ or presented as the student’s own work will receive a grade of zero. See the university Senate Policy on Academic Honesty website for more information on plagiarism and unacademic practices
https://www.ryerson.ca/academicintegrity/
and the Student Code of Academic Conduct at https://www.ryerson.ca/ombuds/faq/misconduct/
Late Policy
Late assignments, for which no university-sanctioned extension has been granted, will be accepted with a 5% per day penalty, every day, weekends inclusive. Assignments can be submitted up to a maximum 7 days late (with 35% penalty).
First Name: Last Name:
Type your 2 answers on the following pages.
When you are finished, upload this Word document (NOT PDF, Notepad, or any other format) to the Turnitin Submission Link.
2 X 10 Marks= 20 Marks Total/ (20% of Total Course Grade)
There are two short essay questions. You must answer both of them. Do not change the font colour. (Use black font colour only).
Do not change the Times New Roman 12 Point Font.
Please double-space your answers. The best answers will be specific, detailed & draw meaningful insights from different required course textbook chapter readings.
Show what you have learned throughout the entire course (Weeks 1-13) by making connections based on relevant Required Course Textbook Chapter Readings. Demonstrate your knowledge and critical analysis of course concepts.
Each answer should include required course textbook chapter readings.
Show what you have learned throughout the course by making connections based on relevant required course reading chapters.
Good answers will refer to a range of relevant required course readings and properly cite authors. Question 1 (/10):
Watch this 11 Minute Film:
Peters, Donald. (1950). 1867 and after. https://www.nfb.ca/film/1867_and_after/
Central Question:
What connections can we make between this short film and our course information for (C)PPA 425?
This is intended to be a very comprehensive answer covering a large amount of the course material.
As such, I encourage you to review the course content in its entirety before answering this question just as you would for a final exam that was not take-home format.
You should refer to and properly cite information from at least 5 textbook chapters/ 5 weeks’ required readings (minimum) in your answer.
Strong answers will demonstrate an understanding of important course concepts and include critical analysis. There is no word length required.
Concise writing that provides full analysis is valued.
The best answers will provide in-depth critical analysis & draw meaningful insights from various course materials (mainly the textbook chapter readings) in a comprehensive manner.
***Please doublespace your short essay answer and write clearly for the purpose of readability.
Central Question:
What connections can we make between this short film and our course information for (C)PPA 425?
Apply your IGR course knowledge to answer the questions below.
You should refer to and properly cite information from at least 5 textbook chapters/ 5 weeks’ required readings (minimum) in your answer.
Write your analysis in the exact paragraph order below. Each new paragraph should be indented.
Do not number your paragraphs, just follow this exact order and include the required information below.
You Do Not require sub-headings.
In other words, I have provided a template for how you should write this assignment paragraph by paragraph in essay format.
Do not deviate from this format.
Please follow this structure exactly as outlined below.
Paragraph 1- Provide a concise introductory paragraph to introduce the film and your IGR analysis regarding Canada’s federal system of government.
Paragraph 2-
Explain the processes of Confederation in 1867. Include the W5 details (who, what, where, when, why, how, etc.) in your answer.
What were the reasons for Confederation? Who were some important political actors at the time? What was the vision of Canada’s federation at the time? For what purposes?
(Make connections between both the film and relevant textbook chapter information)
Paragraph 3-
What is the significance of the BNA Act (1867)/ Constitution Act (1867) to IGR?
What other historical institutional arrangements do we see in the film that impact IGR processes today?
(Make connections between both the film and relevant course information)
Paragraph 4-
What nation-building projects followed confederation? What were these in response to/ What was the motivation behind them?
What trade circumstances influenced these decisions? What IGR policy/ policies began in this time period?
(Make connections between both the film and relevant textbook chapter information)
Paragraph 5-
How has Canada’s federation changed since 1867 and/or since 1950?
What familiar IGR processes or patterns do we see in the film? What IGR policy/ policies have changed since confederation? What is similar?
(Also make connections with our textbook chapter information)
Paragraph 6-
What very important or significant new developments in IGR processes concerning legislation & the judiciary have influenced some of the changes in Canada’s federation since 1867 and 1950 and when this film was made? Explain in detail.
Paragraph 7-
Critical Analysis & Conclusion: As a whole, what does this film highlight in terms of relevant influences on Canada’s federal system of government and on IGR processes in Canada? What significant details are left out of the discussion?
Question 2 (/10):
Read the following newspiece from November 25:
Klein, Seth. (2020, November 25). Canada must adopt and emergency mindset to climate change. Policy Options. https://policyoptions.irpp.org/magazines/november-2020/canada-must-adopt-an-emergency-mindset-to-climate-change/
Seth Klein suggests that, “The federal and provincial governments still don’t treat climate change as an emergency. They need to show leadership and draw lessons from history.”
As a student of IGR in Canada you know that climate change and environmental policy are very complex issues.
What information from WEEK 11- Thursday, November 26: Climate Change Policy is not addressed in this short piece and helps to explain the IGR issues at stake more fully?
What are the various jurisdictions involved in climate change policy? (Explain jurisdictional responsibilities and processes).
Outline other relevant environmental policy and IGR information that we have learned in your analysis.
What are impediments to climate policy issues as we have learned them?
What other IGR factors or influences should be considered?
What is left out of this discussion?
What additional IGR initiatives or processes would you suggest to tackle climate change policy that Klein does not mention?
Critical Analysis: Considering that climate change is a pressing issue in Canada, what else is at stake?
Remember: Your role is to highlight IGR processes as we have learned them.
Do not get sidetracked by going into too many details of Klein’s proposals.
You can say something about them, but the bulk of your short essay answer must focus on the different government levels that are involved in climate change policy and apply your IGR course knowledge to answer the questions above.
Answer the questions above in short essay format/ a few paragraphs.
Strong answers will have an introduction, a number of body paragraphs, and a conclusion.
There is no word length required.
Concise writing that provides full analysis is valued.
The best answers will provide in-depth critical analysis & draw meaningful insights from various course textbook chapter materials in a comprehensive manner.
***Please doublespace your short essay answer and write clearly for the purpose of readability.
Good luck!
First Name: Last Name:
Type your 2 essay answers here.
Please clearly label your answers.
Do not use sources from outside. I will provide the power points and the textbook readings. WEEK 9- Thursday, November 12: Social Policy and Health Policy
*TEXT: Chapter 11 pp. 282-309 & TEXT: Chapter 12 pp. 310-336
Banting, Keith G. (2020). The three federalisms and change in social policy. In H. Bakvis & G. Skogstad (Eds.), Canadian federalism: Performance, effectiveness, and legitimacy (pp.310-336). University of Toronto Press.
&
Bakvis, Herman. (2020). Federalism and universal healthcare: A question of performance and effectiveness. In H. Bakvis & G. Skogstad (Eds.), Canadian federalism: Performance, effectiveness, and legitimacy (pp. 310-336). University of Toronto Press.
WEEK 10- Thursday, November 19: Immigration
POLICY ANALYSIS PAPER DUE AT 6:30 PM (25%)
*TEXT: Chapter 13 pp. 337-362
Paquet, Mireille. (2020). Federalism and immigration in Canada. In H. Bakvis & G. Skogstad (Eds.), Canadian federalism: Performance, effectiveness, and legitimacy (pp. 337-362). University of Toronto Press.
WEEK 11- Thursday, November 26: Climate Change Policy
*TEXT: Chapter 14 pp. 363-392
Winfield, Mark & Macdonald, Douglas. (2020). Federalism and immigration in Canada. In H. Bakvis & G. Skogstad (Eds.), Canadian federalism: Performance, effectiveness, and legitimacy (pp. 363-392). University of Toronto Press.
WEEK 12- Thursday, December 3: Municipalities in Canadian Federalism
*TEXT: Chapter 16 pp. 427-452
Lucas, Jack & Smith, Alison. (2020). Municipalities in the federation. In H. Bakvis & G. Skogstad (Eds.), Canadian federalism: Performance, effectiveness, and legitimacy (pp. 427-452). University of Toronto Press.
Complete Final Assignment (25%) Due Week 13- Thursday, December 10
WEEK 13- Thursday, December 10: Conclusion & Course Wrapup
*TEXT: Chapter 17 pp. 453-478
Skogstad, Grace & Bakvis, Herman. (2020). Conclusion: Taking stock of Canadian federalism. In H. Bakvis & G. Skogstad (Eds.), Canadian federalism: Performance, effectiveness, and legitimacy (pp.453-478). University of Toronto Press.

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