The Canadian federal government is involved in various sectors and services that contribute to the country’s functioning. Its primary responsibilities include healthcare, education, national defense, immigration, transportation, and taxation. The government administers social programs, oversees economic policies, regulates industries, manages international relations, and upholds laws across the country. It also plays a vital role in redistributing wealth through transfer payments to provinces and territories and allocates funds for infrastructure projects. The federal government operates through various departments and agencies to ensure the smooth functioning of the nation as a whole.
Feb. 13 – Deadline to comment on proposed Federal Plastics Registry and reporting requirements.
Feb. 22 – Deadline to comment on proposed changes to Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act Regs.