Thursday, July 27, 2006
Making the best of it
It's all too clear that the premiers aren't close to reaching full agreement on a fix to federal/provincial funding. But even if there's no chance of getting a full plan worked out, it's not too late for the provinces to reaffirm their previous agreements on child care, the Kelowna Accord, post-secondary education, health and pharmacare, and other individual issues to keep the pressure on Harper, and highlight the fact that the lack of agreement on a solution doesn't mean the problems facing Canada's provinces have gone away.
Posted by Greg Fingas at 9:32 PM