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Additionally, Fitch has affirmed the 'AA' ratings on $145.7 million series 2012 and $198.3 million of series 2009 bonds issued by the North Central Texas Health Facilities Development Corporation on behalf of CHST.
Even before these new federal programs, under the various block grants (EPF, CHST) the provinces had tended to put more than the notional amounts into health care (hugely expensive and a hot public issue) at the expense of the other areas within the (unconditional) grant, i.e., PSE and social assistance.
With regard to social assistance, the introduction of the CHST has been noted as symbolically and actually transforming citizenship rights to income support (Lightman and Riches 2000).
748) while attributing heterarchy to ChST. Heterarchy comes from McCulloch (1945) in discussing the structure of the brain.
(6) The EPF was replaced in 1995 by the Canada Health and Social Transfer (CHST), under which block funding was provided for health, post-secondary education and welfare.
Less than a month later, it was paying producers for biomass materials; FSA matched the payments with BCAP collection, harvest, storage and transportation (CHST) program funds.
He replaced it with the Canada Health and Social Transfer (CHST)--a lump sum the provinces can spend as they please.
The CHST provides each province with an annual lump sum payment, determined by a complex formula that is unrelated to the actual cost of the program.
In 1996, however, CAP was replaced with the Canada Health and Social Transfer (CHST), which provided block-funding from the federal government to the provinces for health, social services and post-secondary education, giving provinces increased discretionary power about how to prioritize spending, and removing the requirement that social assistance be provided without strings.
But CAP was replaced in 1996 with the Canada Health and Social Transfer (CHST), a system of block funding that covered Medicare and post-secondary education as well as welfare and social services.
Like CAP, the CHST was a funding arrangement entered into between the federal and provincial governments.