Homelessness and Multi-level Governance Introduction It may be argued that Canadian social programs have not been overarchingly effective in recent years because of the overt disconnect between the policies of the federal, provincial and municipal governments and the effect of conflicting ideological choices within each of these public agencies. As a result of ongoing policy changes, many children and youth are living on the street (Varney and van Vliet), in addition to those already suffering from mental health problems and physical ailments that prevent them from working (Frankish et al.) because of the fact that the federal government has cut funding (CBC, Cormier, Bradford) and the municipal governments dealing with the issues do not...The end:
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