Courtesy Reuters

FOR the past two and a half years a Royal Commission[i] has been conducting an inquiry into the working of the Canadian federal system. The Report of this body has now been made public by the Dominion Government.

The inquiry had a very wide range. Public hearings were held in the various Canadian capitals, at which the provincial governments were given an opportunity to present their views and offer their suggestions; and research of the most varied kind was carried out by a staff of experts representing the best scholarship of Canada. The resulting Report is in three volumes. With

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