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One of the keys to understanding Canadian history and development is to understand how the relationships between the Federal and Provincial governments were established and have evolved. Unlike Britain and many other parliament systems throughout the world, the Canadian system is a Federal system which divides power between the central and regional governments. This has created tensions and power struggles which have not usually brought the nation together but have often time addressed regional issues with different solutions.


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