• What We Do Is What We Fund: The 5th Annual IMFG Toronto City Manager's Address
  • IMFG Perspectives Paper: National Urban Policy: A Roadmap for Canadian Cities
  • IMFG Perspectives Paper: How can local governments build public trust?
  • IMFG Publishes New Book on the Fiscal Health of Cities
  • IMFG Publishes New Book on the Fiscal Health of Cities
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The Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance (IMFG) focuses on solutions to the
finance and governance problems facing large cities and city-regions.

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September 15th, 2016

Speaker: Zack Taylor

September 7th, 2016

Speakers: Dina Graser and Pamela Robinson

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Participatory Budgeting in Canada, IMFG, May 5, 2016, Munk School of Global Affairs

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September 8th, 2016
Presentation: A Recipe for Fiscal Trust
Graser, Dina; Robinson, Pamela
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What's new at IMFG

What We Do Is What We Fund: The 5th Annual IMFG Toronto City Manager's Address
October 17th, 2016

Speaker: Peter Wallace
Moderator:  Shirley Hoy

IMFG Forum Paper: Participatory Budgeting: The Practice and the Potential
September 15th, 2016

Complex urban challenges require new thinking both locally and nationally: New paper from the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance examines the involvement of citizens in budgeting decisions at the municipal level.

IMFG Perspectives Paper: National Urban Policy: A Roadmap for Canadian Cities
September 15th, 2016

Complex urban challenges require new thinking both locally and nationally: New paper from the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance examines the case for a national urban agenda in Canada.

Daily Commercial News reports on Matti Siemiatycki's study calling for an infrastructure oversight agency
September 15th, 2016

Daily Commercial News published an article on a new report by U of T professor Matti Siemiatycki, which recommends the establishment of a Canadian Infrastructure Investment Agencey as “centre of excellence,” to provide evidence-based advice and evaluation for proposed infrastructure projects. The rep