2 edition of Federal-provincial grants and the spending power of Parliament found in the catalog.
Federal-provincial grants and the spending power of Parliament
Canada. Prime Minister.
|Other titles||Les subventions fédérales-provinciales et le pouvoir de dépenser du Parlement canadien.|
|LC Classifications||HJ795.A1 C27|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||70861522|
In , Pierre Trudeau argued in Federal Provincial Grants and the Spending Power of Parliament that "It can be argued that the Constitution should be contrived so as to avoid any need for a spending power – that each government ought to have the revenue sources it needs to finance its spending requirements without federal assistance. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.
allows the commonwealth to make grants to states under terms and conditions that it deems appropriate. This “spending power” is often used by the commonwealth to influence state spending priorities. 3 In terms of direct program spending, Author: Paul Boothe. The Taxing and Spending Clause (which contains provisions known as the General Welfare Clause and the Uniformity Clause), Article I, Section 8, Clause 1 of the United States Constitution, grants the federal government of the United States its power of authorizing Congress to levy taxes, this clause permits the levying of taxes for two purposes only: to pay .
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Federal governments consistently have taken the position that Parliament’s power to spend is clear, 12 while provincial governments generally have limited themselves to criticism of the use of the spending power by Parliament—in particular to its use to start new federal-provincial shared-cost programmes, or to terminate old ones, without the consent of the provinces.
13 Author: Government of Canada. The best example, perhaps, is the grants to provincial governments to assist in the provision of free hospitalization across Canada: Parliament does not have the power under the Constitution to establish general hospitals or to regulate them or their use; but under its "spending power" it is generally conceded that Parliament can make grants to the provinces to assist them in financing provincially.
Federal-provincial grants and the spending power of Parliament. [Ottawa, Queen's Printer, ] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Canada. Prime Minister.
OCLC Number: Notes: English and French. Description: 59 pages 25 cm: Other Titles: Subventions fédérales-provinciales et le pouvoir de dépenser du.
Federal-provincial grants and the spending power of Parliament. Lles subventions fédérales-provinciales et le pouvoir de dépenser du Parlement canadien.
The Federal-Provincial Fiscal (Im)balance in Canada: Where are the Needs and Who has the Money. (10 September ) PRB E: $ Federal Responsibility for the Health Care of Specific Groups (14 December ) PRB E: $ The Federal Spending Power (13 November ) PRB E: $ Essentially, the spending power of the federal government has been used to institute conditional grants programs.
Inthe federal government paid out sums of $ billion on such programs, a full 32%; of its budget and most of these were instituted under the authority granted to Parliament by the spending power.
the federal spending power, in the ensuing analysis the spending power issue will be viewed as having two related yet distinct components. The first is the one referred to in the above quotation, namely that any legislation relating to the spending power should provide the provinces with protection against arbitrary andCited by: 3.
Similarly, of course, Parliament cannot take over any power of a provincial legislature. Parliament and the provincial legislatures both have power over agriculture and immigration, and over certain aspects of natural resources; but if their laws conflict, the national law prevails.
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Search. Search Search. Menu Main Menu Grants and funding from the Government of. The "Federal Spending Power" in Canada 5 division of powers: there was a broadening of the provincial powers listed and a parallel narrowing of the federal powers liable to encroach on these provincial powers, such as those dealing with peace, order and good government, and trade.
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Thirty years later, the federal government’s view of the spending power was embedded in the 9 René Levesque, My Quebec (Toronto: Methuen, ). 10 The Right Honourable Pierre Elliott Trudeau, Federal-Provincial Grants and the Spending Power of Parliament (Ottawa: Government of Canada, ), p 11 Ibid., p Learn about government grants and loans for states and organizations.
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