Alberta School of Business

Alberta Government and Politics: Change and Continuity

Available dates

Dec 2—3, 2019
2 days
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
CAD 700 ≈USD 528
CAD 350 per day
Apr 30—May 1, 2020
2 days
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
CAD 700 ≈USD 528
CAD 350 per day


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About the course

This course will be an overview of key political forces in Alberta in the early 21st century.

Topics Covered:

  • Canadian Intergovernmental Relations including Federal-Provincial and Interprovincial and Territorial Relations, British Columbia and Alberta
  • Canada-US Relations including Politics in Trump’s America
  • Politician-Civil Service Relations
  • Dealing with Diversity: Aboriginal Peoples and Immigration Flows
  • Voting Behaviour and Party Systems
  • Public Sector Ethics
  • Budgeting in Alberta: Political Dimensions

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Allan Tupper

Allan Tupper is Professor and Head, Department of Political Science at the University of British Columbia. A native of Ottawa, Dr. Tupper is a graduate of Carleton University (BA, DPA, MA) and Queen’s University where he received his PhD in Political Studies in 1977. From 2002 and until 2006, Dr...


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