Multilevel Governance Perspective in Canada: The Four Pillars Approach


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Multilevel Governance Perspective in Canada: The Four Pillars Approach
In response to high profile public health issues, Canada in recent years has embarked upon developing several large national public health initiatives. This includes, for example, the creation of a new national public health agency, of which, one of the most important elements in which the success of these initiatives depend on is the ability of all levels of government to interact and work together effectively. Featuring intergovernmental and/or public or private sector cooperation, collaborative partnerships have been recognized as a “leading organizational expression of the ‘new urban governance’” (Mason 2366). It encompasses actions and strategies that...
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