The federation at a glance
An evolving federalism
Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada:
- Nunavut, Canada's third territory "North of 60"
- Devolution - How territorial governments take on province-like powers and responsibilities
- Canada's Arctic and Northern Policy- A framework prepared by the Government of Canada and its partners to empower people and communities to work together for a vibrant, prosperous and sustainable region
Historical vignettes: Did you know?
- Federal-Provincial agreements to amend the Constitution were required before the establishment of the Employment Insurance Program in 1941
- Construction of the Confederation Bridge was preceded by a Federal-Provincial Agreement on a Constitutional Amendment
- Why, in 1931, Canada chose not to exercise its full autonomy as provided for under the Statute of Westminster
- On March 31, 1949, Newfoundland became Canada's tenth province (Newfoundland and Labrador since 2001)
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