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Federal Transfer Programs to the Provinces

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Book Id: WPLBN0000692266
Format Type: PDF eBook
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Reproduction Date: 2006

Title: Federal Transfer Programs to the Provinces  
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Language: English
Subject: Government Canada, Political science, Administration
Collections: Canada Government Collection
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Publication Date:
2001
Publisher: National Library of Quebec

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Federal Transfer Programs to the Provinces. (2001). Federal Transfer Programs to the Provinces. Retrieved from http://worldjournal.org/


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Summary
Summary: There is an elaborate and complex set of transfer programs in Canada from the federal government to the provinces. These programs have a variety of objectives: redistribution of wealth among the regions, funding of programs dealing with pan-Canadian concerns, specific regional or sectoral objectives, etc. This background paper describes these programs, their objectives and how they work. The first chapter gives a general overview of federal transfer programs in the specific context of Qu‚bec. Chapters 2 and 3 respectively describe the two major programs: the Canada Health and Social Transfer, and Equalization. Chapter 4 discusses the major features of the process of renewing these programs, while the last chapter deals with other federal transfer programs.

Table of Contents
Table of Content: Introduction , 1 -- Chapter 1 - Overview of Federal Transfer Programs to the -- Provinces, 3 -- Chapter 2 - The Canada Health and Social Transfer (CHST), 7 -- Chapter 3 - Equalization, 17 -- Chapter 4 - The Process of Adjusting Equalization and the CHST, 35 -- Chapter 5 - Other Transfer Programs, 37

 
 


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