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The Mapleleafweb.com Team
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Peter McCormick is Professor and Chair of Political Science at the University
of Lethbridge. Educated at the University of Alberta (B.A. 1968), the
University of Toronto (M.A. 1969) and the London School of Economics (D.Phil.
1974), he taught at Lakehead University and the University of British
Columbia before coming to the University of Lethbridge in 1975. His research
interests include Canadian and provincial politics, courts and judges,
and cyberpolitics; his most recent publication is Supreme At Last: The
Evolution of the Supreme Court of Canada 1949-1999 (Toronto; James Lorimer,
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Harold Jansen is the Research Coordinator for the Centre for Cyber Citizenship.
When he’s not doing that, he’s a member of the Department of Political
Science at the University of Lethbridge. His research and teaching interests
include Canadian politics, the use of the Internet by citizens, governments,
and political parties, elections and voting, and electoral systems and
Web Project Leader
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Greg joined Maple Leaf Web after completing his Bachelor of Arts degree
in Political Science at the University of Lethbridge. Working
at Maple Leaf Web allows him to explore his interest in both politics
and the internet. Greg is currently enrolled in his final year of
his Masters in Political Science.
recently returned to the the University of Alberta, in Edmonton
Alberta to work on his doctorate in political philosophy. His core
interests reside with topics involving multiculturalism in the Canadian
context. He is also interested in a number of sub-areas, including
the philosophy of liberalism, the Canadian Constitution and the Charter
of Rights and Freedoms, Aboriginal issues, Quebec, and immigration.
His primary job at Mapleleafweb.com will be to create educational content
for a number of different projects and features.