The Canadian General Election of 1997

The Canadian General Election of 1997

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The General Election of 1997 did not turn out as Jean Chretien and the Liberal Party had planned. Chretien called an early election, believing that his party was in a position to retain the majority they had won in 1993. They got their majority, but just barely. When the campaign began, the focus for many Canadians was the economy and job creation. National unity, however, quickly became a key issue, and triggered the most heated debates of the campaign. As was the case in 1993, the election of 1997 saw the country divided along regional lines. The Bloc Quebecois remained strong in Quebec, while.
Publisher: Toronto [Ont.] : Dundurn Press, Ă1997
ISBN: 9781770700857
1770700854
9781554883141
1554883148
9781550023008
1550023004
Characteristics: 1 online resource (286 pages) : illustrations
Additional Contributors: Pammett, Jon H. 1944-
Frizzell, Alan 1947-

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