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Unicity

This guide is intended to help support research into the history of the City of Winnipeg's 1972 amalgamation, also known as "Unicity."

Finding Articles

Artibise, A. F. (1978). JE REA.—Parties and Power: an Analysis of Winnipeg City Council, 1919-1975. Appendix IV, Report and Recommendations. Histoire sociale/Social History11(21).

Leo, C., & Piel, M. Winnipeg: UNICITY Superannuated at 35. Metropolitan Governing, 121.

Lightbody, J. (1978). The reform of a metropolitan government: The case of Winnipeg, 1971. Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de Politiques, 489-504.

Lightbody, J. (1978). Electoral reform in local government: The case of Winnipeg. Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique11(2), 307-332.

Sancton, A. (2001). Canadian cities and the new regionalism. Journal of Urban Affairs23(5), 543-555.

Sancton, A. (2003). Municipal amalgamations: a made-in-Canada solution to an undefined problem. Canadian Issues.

Wichern, P. H. (1984). Metropolitan Winnipeg: Politics and Reform of Local GovernmentMeyer Brownstone and TJ Plunkett (with the assistance of Tom Axworthy, Lionel D. Feldman, and Dennis C. Hefferon) Berkeley: University of California Press, 1983, pp. xxxii, 230. Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique17(1), 190-192.

 

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