Equalization and the offshore accords of 2005
Metz, Ashley Corinne
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The ad hoc Offshore Accords signed between the Martin Government, and each Newfoundland and Nova Scotia have fundamentally altered the landscape of regional redistribution in Canada. The fallout from the Accords has had an immediate impact on the functioning of the Equalization Program and the political factors that inform debate over future reforms. This thesis examines the factors that led to the February 2005 Offshore Accords. It also examines the case of Saskatchewan's treatment under the Equalization Program
DegreeMaster of Arts (M.A.)
SupervisorMichelmann, Hans J.
CommitteeRomanow, Roy; Garcea, Joseph
Copyright DateSeptember 2006