Federal-Provincial-Territorial Relations

A New Deal for federal-provincial-territorial relations

While the relationship between the federal government and the provinces and territories has never been more important, it has probably also never been so complex given the multi-layered and in some cases difficult issues facing all governments in Canada.

Former Nova Scotia premier Darrell Dexter, pictured, says, 'Generating real results on a number of the Trudeau government’s biggest and most complicated issues like refugee settlement and immigration, climate change, infrastructure funding, a new health accord, and labour market pressures, as examples, all hinge on a productive working relationship between federal, provincial and territorial counterparts.' The Hill Times photograph by Steve Garecke

By DARRELL DEXTER

PUBLISHED : Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2016 7:11 PM

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