Alternative Service Delivery: The Canadian Armed Forces

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Alternative Service Delivery: The Canadian Armed Forces
The Canadian state has been forced to make many changes and reconfigurations over the years as a result of fiscal challenges, as a result of demographic challenges, and as the national economy has fluctuated up and down. The Canadian Armed Forces, because it deals with an area that invariably sees a great deal of constant change, is one component of the Canadian state that is particularly susceptible to new reformulations and to new administrative/managerial approaches. Over the next several pages, this essay will look at how this department or branch of government has been subjected to the forces of restructuring in recent years. The essay will, after briefly distinguishing between...
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