Canada the Great? An analysis of municipal level government in Canada

Policy product type
Specially commissioned briefing for LGiU Scotland
Published date
November 3, 2016
Patrick Bourke, LGiU Scotland Associate
Issues Covered
  • Canadian local government
  • Devolution
  • federalism
  • governance structures
Finance, International, People

Using historical, legislative and structural parallels between Scotland and Canada as contextual background, this paper explores the functionality of municipal government in Canada, specifically assessing the relationship the municipal government has with provincial and federal levels of government.

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