City States and Cityscapes in Canada: The Politics and Culture of Canadian Urban Diversity
From: Managing Diversity
The sociocultural foundations of this or that nation competing within a single territory is an old debate. The Quebec project is about allowing all cultures to participate in its construction for future generations.
Caroline Andrew is a full professor in the School of Political Studies and director of the Centre on Governance at the University of Ottawa. Her research deals with municipal government, and the politics of gender and ethnocultural diversity at the local level. She has co-edited, with Monica Gattinger, Sharon Jeannotte, and Will Straw, Accounting for Culture: Thinking through Cultural Citizenship (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 2005).