• New IMFG paper makes a case for new taxes for Canada’s largest cities
  • New paper outlines how to measure and improve good local governance
  • Book Launch | The Boundary Bargain: Growth, Development, and the Future of City-County Separation
  • IMFG Publishes New Book on the Fiscal Health of Cities
  • IMFG Publishes New Book on the Fiscal Health of Cities
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What's new at IMFG

New IMFG paper makes a case for new taxes for Canada’s largest cities
June 27th, 2016

A new paper from the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance looks at the impact of potential revenue tools on eight Canadian cities.

IMFG’s new paper on potential revenue tools was mentioned in the Toronto Star
June 27th, 2016

IMFG’s new paper (No. 27, More Tax Sources for Canada’s Largest Cities: Why, What, and How?), co-authored by IMFG Director Enid Slack and Professor Emeritus Harry Kitchen (Trent University) was mentioned in a Toronto Star article.

IMFG’s new paper on alternative revenue sources was mentioned in QP Briefing
June 27th, 2016

IMFG’s new paper (No. 27, More Tax Sources for Canada’s Largest Cities: Why, What, and How?) was mentioned in a QP Briefing article.

IMFG's paper by Enid Slack and Harry Kitchen on new revenue tools was mentioned in Metro News Toronto
June 27th, 2016

IMFG’s Paper No. 27 was featured in a Metro News Toronto article called, “Toronto should rely more on new revenue tools, less on property taxes for money: experts.”