Is Canadian federalism nearing a breaking point?
Without leadership from the federal government, mayhem has ensued on issues ranging from pipeline construction to greenhouse gas reduction. The result has been the creation of an untenable situation in Canadian federalism, writes Zach Paikin.
The last time Prime Minister Stephen Harper met with provincial premiers was in 2006. He's pictured, left, with former New Brunswick premier Bernard Lord, right, during that time. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright