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Posts about Gannett Co. Inc. v. DePasquale written by William R. Bramscher
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In a nutshell, the federal government imposed a ceiling (or "cap") of 5% on expenditures under the Canada Assistance Plan to Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia, the three Canadian provinces not receiving federal Equalization payments.

The Socialist Phenomenon by Igor Shafarevich

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a brief description of, and payment information for, the Universal Child Care Plan (2006 and 2007), the Early Learning and Child Care Initiative (2005), the Early Learning and Child Care Framework Agreement (2003), and the Early Childhood Development Agreement (2000)
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An English translation was subsequently published in 1980 by Harper & Row.
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“Transfers in support of health care and social services are a top priority for our Government as we transition our economy through the current challenging economic times.” Equalization payments to provinces for 2010-11 will total $14.4 billion, an increase of $187 million.

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a brief description of, and payment information for, the Universal Child Care Plan (2006 and 2007), the Early Learning and Child Care Initiative (2005), the Early Learning and Child Care Framework Agreement (2003), and the Early Childhood Development Agreement (2000)
NOTE: This list formerly included Support for First Nations and Aboriginal Children, but this program was cut by the Harper Government.


Chapter 1—A Study of Federal Transfers to Provinces …

1.17 Equalization Program Transfer. This transfer was established in 1957 and enshrined in the Constitution. It is intended to enable less-prosperous provinces to provide public services that are reasonably comparable to those provided by more-prosperous provinces, at reasonably comparable levels of taxation. Equalization Program payments are unconditional. The provinces that receive them can spend the funds according to their own priorities.

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In a statement to the Tax Structure Committee, he offered to terminate it as of March 31, 1970, and to replace it with a combination of tax abatement, equalization payments and adjustment grants unrelated to program costs."