May 31, 2017
Canada was designed as a federation, denoting that the national government be responsible for some things, the provincial government for others. The pendulum of who does what has swung over the years, with some commenting that the federal government has become so far removed from people’s lives that all it does now is go to war and deliver the mail. The Agenda discusses the history of federalism in Canada along with U of T political science Professor Sylvia Bashevkin and authors Richard Gwyn and John Boyko. The full video is available here.