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Limits to Change in the Nature of Intergovernmental Relations

Jennifer Wallner examines the effect that differing ideas about federalism can have on intergovernmental relations. She asserts that a variety of factors, such as the day-to-day dynamics of an intergovernmental ecosystem and the competing priorities of government goals, limit the ability of Canada’s prime minister to redirect the management of the nation’s intergovernmental relations. Read more here.