Sure we do, the TransCanada highway, but the federal government only pays a portion of that, the provinces make up the rest. Ironically one of the worst maintained highways in Alberta is the transcanada. Regardless the TC highway makes up less than 1% of the road surfaces in Alberta.Do you have no federal roadways? Providences cover all of the roads? I was under the impression Canada had it's own "Autostrada/Autobahn/Interstate" system.
Each province has there own divided highways. In Ontario,Do you have no federal roadways? Providences cover all of the roads? I was under the impression Canada had it's own "Autostrada/Autobahn/Interstate" system
Some of the worlds largest corporations are also the most profitable, you don't become large and profitable without also being efficient.Governments often seem inefficient when compared to companies, but the government has a lot more "employees" than most corporations. Giant corporations are rarely ever efficient.
You have to remember the population of Canada is just over 37 .5 millionGovernments seem inefficient because they are inefficient. In 2016 the average Canadian family earned $83,105, they also paid $35,283 in taxes. The average Canadian family spends less on housing, food and clothing combined then they do on taxes. You can't tell me that is efficiency in any sense of the word.
Yes and no, infrastructure in most areas is very basic, just roads, and most of this cost is covered by municipalities and the province. Nothing like the major costs of building and maintaining the massive interstates, overpasses, etc of California. The land we occupy is also very small in comparison to the total land mass, 90% of Canadians live within 100miles of the US border. Many communities outside this are connected by a mere 2 lane paved road.You have to remember the population of Canada is just over 37 .5 million
there are more people in California than all of Canada
Small population large area Taxes will be more with that large area to service