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Canada's Post-Modern Tyrant: The Prime Minister's Office?

University of Toronto professor emeritus, Peter Russell,argues that the PMO, not the Prime Minister himself, has too much power and receives too little oversight. He's giving the keynote address, "Outing our Canadian Post-Modern Tyrant," at the Atlantic Provinces Political Science Association's annual conference this weekend in Sackville.

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