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Despite Canada’s position as a developed country with ample resources, it still faces challenges in preventing violence, exploitation and abuse for some of its most vulnerable populations, including women and girls. One of the most flagrant forms of...
This case is, in fact, two distinct cases of public expenditure innovation. The first concerns the development of results-based performance information. Integrated as a linked but separate subject is the relative impact on innovation in government of...
This case provides an example of both the development of performance measurement systems in a complex environment, and the linkage of that exercise to providing more effective financial management practice. It also is a case that points to the ...
Manitoba is Canada's ‘middle province’—geographically, economically and politically. Within extremes of harsh climate and vast horizons, Manitobans are unerring in their search for the middle ground. The province has a history of cultural harmony,...
Since the successful launch of the Commonwealth Profiles series in 1995, much has happened. When the Auckland CHOGM of 1995 mandated its ‘Towards a New Public Administration’ Program, many Commonwealth member countries, to a greater or lesser degree,...
Under the guiding principles of Results for Canadians, the aim of stewardship is good value for public expenditure and better results for Canadians. This is achieved through federal resources that are appropriately aligned with government priorities,...
The preceding pages present an impressive number and wide scope of reforms that have occurred during the eight or more years since the first edition of this profile. This in no way means that reform will now come to an end or even slow down.
While the executive functions of Canada's parliamentary system of responsible government are vested in the Crown by the Canadian Constitution, in practice these functions are carried out by the Prime Minister and the Cabinet, as long as they enjoy...
The Government of Canada's service agenda aims to improve the quality, effectiveness, timeliness and efficiency of Government of Canada services across all delivery channels (in person, on the telephone and on the internet) in both English and French...
In 1994, Canada produced its first national public sector profile for the Commonwealth Secretariat, but since that time major public sector reforms have continued to take place in Canada. The purpose of this update is to inform the reader about the...
Canada's system of government is based on the Westminster style of responsible government in which the executive sits as part of the legislature and is accountable to an elected House of Commons or provincial legislature.
The Public Service of Canada has served Canadians well for generations. On a daily basis, public service employees enforce laws an regulations, ensure proper stewardship of resources, advise ministers and provide the programmes and services that...
On the North American Continent, Canada and the US both rank as major global leaders in the area of electronic government. Mexico, the third country on the continent and a struggling economy despite the North American Free Trade Agreement, has so far...
A dispute about this leadership for the Christian Heritage Party arose. A new leader was apparently elected at a valid party meeting. The applicant questioned the right of the Chief Electoral Officer to register his purported successor or replacement...
The applicant, David Somerville, sought a declaration that certain sections of the Canada Elections Act as amended were of no force or effect as they constituted an impermissible infringement of specific sections of the Charter of Rights and...
On September, 1993, several media organisation disseminated the news that a broadcasting consortium composed of the major television services the CBC, Global Television Network and SRC (Socit Radio Canada), had reached a deal to broadcast debates...
The applicants were concerned with legislation purporting to place limits on the publication of the results of public opinion polls on surveys immediately prior to the holding of Federal elections. They sought a declaration that the Canada Elections...
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