Is it more appropriate to think of social policy in Canada as a Capitalist Welfare State OR as a collection of Capitalist Welfare States that happen to share certain policies (such as public pension schemes) and the design for others (such as health care)?

Is it more appropriate to think of social policy in Canada as a Capitalist Welfare State OR as a collection of Capitalist Welfare States that happen to share certain policies (such as public pension schemes) and the design for others (such as health care)?

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