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Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements in the Eighties

Canada. Dept. of Finance.

Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements in the Eighties

A Submission to the Parliamentary Task Force on the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements.

by Canada. Dept. of Finance.

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Get this from a library. Federal-provincial fiscal arrangements in the eighties: a submission to the Parliamentary Task Force on the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements.

[Allan J MacEachen; Canada. Parliament. House of Commons. Special Committee on the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements.]. Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act. R.S.C.,c. F An Act to provide for the making of certain fiscal contributions to provinces.

Short Title. Short title. Copy text Copy citation Citing documents (0) 1 This Act may be cited as the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act.

R.S.,c. F-8, s. Table of Contents. Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act. 1 - Short Title 2 - Interpretation 3 - PART I - Fiscal Equalization Payments 3 - Fiscal Equalization Payments to Provinces - Nova Scotia - General - PART I - Other Payments 4 - PART I.1 - Territorial Financing 4 - Interpretation - Territorial Formula Financing Payments - Other Payments.

Federal–Provincial Fiscal Arrangements and Established Programs Financing Act. The Established Programs Financing Act replaced previous federal–provincial cost-sharing arrangements, which were conditional grants, with a formula that increased federal contributions to provincial programs according to increases in gross national product.

Established programs were hospital insurance. PDF Full Document: Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act [ KB] Act current to and last Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements in the Eighties book on Previous Versions.

Previous Page Table of Contents Next Page. PART I Fiscal Equalization Payments (continued) Fiscal Equalization Payments to Provinces (continued). PDF Full Document: Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act [ KB] Act current to and last amended on Previous Versions.

Previous Page Table of Contents Next Page. PART VI Alternative Payments for Standing Programs (continued). the contributions by Robin Boadway and Claude E. Forget; and Fiscal Federalism in Canada (Report of the Parliamentary Task Force on Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements: Minister of Supply and Services Canada, ), especially Chap.

IV and VI. 3 Despite its importance, the number of studies of CAP available are limited. Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Regulations, P.C. Her Excellency the Governor Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements in the Eighties book in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Finance, pursuant to section 40 Footnote a of the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act Footnote b, hereby makes the annexed Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements.

Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act. R.S.C. c. F An Act to authorize the making of certain fiscal payments to provinces, and to authorize the entry into tax collection agreements with provinces.

Short Title. Marginal note: Short title. 1 This Act may be cited as the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act. If section of this Act comes into force after a calculation has already been made under section of the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act of the fiscal equalization payment that may be paid to a province under section of that Act for the fiscal year beginning on April 1,the Minister of Finance may, under section.

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Schedule I to the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act is amended by striking out the following: Cape Breton Development Corporation. Société de développement du Cap-Breton-- SOR/, s. 1: 1. Schedule I to the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act is amended by adding the following in alphabetical order.

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The current regime of federal-provincial fiscal arrangements is due to expire in less than two years. The federal government has already addressed the CHST, laying out in December a long-term plan that will restore equal per capita treatment (including for affluent Alberta) and result in cash payments growing at a 6 percent rate until and a rate of at least 3 percent thereafter.

The fiscal policy of a government has a direct influence on that country's economy. The government is involved in fiscal policy any time that it makes payments, purchases goods and services, or even collects taxes.

Any change in the government's fiscal policy affects the economy as well as individuals. cial fiscal partnership works reasonably well, there was also scope for the arrange-ments to work much better. This theme is reflected in the title to this volume – Canadian Fiscal Arrangements: What Works, What Might Work Better.

Much has happened in federal-provincial fiscal. • Furthermore, should federal health reform funding prove insufficient to meet the demands and services anticipated by the February health arrangement, the vertical fiscal. GUIDELINES FOR THE DESIGN OF NEW FISCAL RULES FOR THE U.S.

In our book ‘Restoring America’s Fiscal Constitution’ (Merrifield and Poulson ) we make the case for a new set of fiscal rules to guide fiscal policy in the U.S.

In recent years an extensive literature on the design of fiscal rules has been written. Book: Fiscal Arrangements Direct Program Spending 32% Canada’s Premiers have demonstrated their commitment to working together to achieve effective fiscal arrangements.

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Fiscal federalism in Canada. [Ottawa]: [The Task Force], [©] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Canada. Parliament. House of Commons.

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This is followed by a discussion of the conceptual underpinnings of federal fiscal constitutions. The principles of fiscal federalism outlined in this chapter are. transfers) is particularly revealing in terms of the new fundamentals of fiscal federalism. In many ways it sets the medium-term course for federal-provincial relations.

And, in my view, its implications are as important as previous path-defining milestones, from the establishment of cost. Source: Fiscal reference tables (Department of Finance Canada), various provincial budgets, budget updates and public accounts.

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The design and operation of federal transfers has. Manitoba has been hard hit by ongoing federal changes to federal-provincial fiscal arrangements. Particularly problematic are decisions by the federal government regarding the growth and allocation of the major transfer programs, including the Canada Health Transfer (CHT), Canada Social Transfer (CST) and Equalization.

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This reviewer would recommend this book as a required text for a graduate or senior class on public finance or economic development. Researchers in economic development, public finance, and fiscal policy likewise would find this volume. Special Committee on The Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements, vol.

1 no. ; Special Committee on The Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements, vol. 2 no. ; Special Committee on The Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements, vol. 3 no. ; Special Committee on The Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements, vol. 4 no. Not on a perfectly equal basis, but close.

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