By LUC JUILLET
In 1908, after many years of being affected by a public management undermined by way of systemic patronage, the Canadian parliament determined that public servants will be chosen at the foundation of benefit, via a approach administered via an self reliant company: the general public provider fee of Canada. This heritage, celebrating the one hundredth anniversary of the fee, recounts its special contribution to the improvement of an self sufficient public provider, which has develop into a pillar of Canadian parliamentary democracy.
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19, 5. Sessional Papers (1870), No. 64, 11. Sessional Papers (1869), No. 19, 6. Doug Owram (1986), The Government Generation, Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 46. Dawson, Civil Service of Canada, 38. For the report of the Select Committee, see Canada, House of Commons (1877) Journals, Appendix No. 7. Debates, March 15, 1875, 708. Ibid, 710. Journals (1877), Appendix No. 7, 5. Ibid, 5. Ibid, 98. Ibid, 6. Ibid, 6. Ibid, 8. For the First Report of the Royal Commission to Consider the Needs and Conditions of the Civil Service of the Dominion, see Sessional Papers (1881) No.
Dawson, Civil Service of Canada, 38. For the report of the Select Committee, see Canada, House of Commons (1877) Journals, Appendix No. 7. Debates, March 15, 1875, 708. Ibid, 710. Journals (1877), Appendix No. 7, 5. Ibid, 5. Ibid, 98. Ibid, 6. Ibid, 6. Ibid, 8. For the First Report of the Royal Commission to Consider the Needs and Conditions of the Civil Service of the Dominion, see Sessional Papers (1881) No. 113; Second Report, see Sessional Papers (1882), No. 32. Dawson, The Civil Service of Canada, 44.