Burns, R.M.
March 1965
National Tax Journal;Mar65, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p15
Academic Journal
Reports on developments concerning inter-governmental relations in Canada as of March 1965. Role of conditional grants and shared-cost programs in financial relations between Canadian governments; Changing burdens of responsibility between the central and provincial governments; Attitudes toward central authority displayed by the government of Quebec.


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