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Department
Political Science
Course
POL316Y1
Professor
Michael Stein
Semester
Summer

Description
6. Executive-Administrative Institutional Conflicts and Federalism 1. Introduction: the issues Overriding: Is executive federalism a positive or negative feature in the operation of Canadian federalism? - Federal-provincial conflict and the scope and intensity of executive- administrative competition or collaboration between and within two levels of government - The optimum level of federal-provincial conflict management - The need for federal-provincial conflict management - The need for federal-provincial executive-administrative reforms 2. Historical trends and issues in the executive-administrative relations of Canadian federalism, 1867- the present - Federal-provincial executive-administrative relations during the phase of “quasi-federalism” (1867-1900): the roles of the Governor-General, lieutenant governors, and Secretary of State for the Provinces o 1896: 2 “watertight” compartment of IG decision making o 1896-1945: 2 relatively equibalanced levels of government acting in “watertight” compartment - Federal-provincial executive
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