blackbird Posted January 14 Report Share Posted January 14 (edited) With the failing health care system, the failing parole boards, the failing bail system, and the obsession of the PM with his own personal interests instead of taking care of Canada, is the federal system really viable anymore? I am wondering if federalism is really a viable system any longer. Would provinces be better off as sovereign jurisdictions so they could look after the justice system, health care system and everything else properly? The federal system is becoming more of a disaster every day. It is clear cooperative federalism is not working the way it should. There is constant tension and differences between what the federal government is doing or not doing and what the provinces are doing or think should be done. The provinces do not have control or jurisdiction in some critical areas that are failing Canadians. Edited January 14 by blackbird 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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