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Enid Slack gives presentation to 5th Halle Forum on Urban Economic Growth
December 11th, 2014

IMFG Director Enid Slack gave a presentation to the 5th Halle Forum on Urban Economic Growth in Germany, called “Governance and Finance of Large Metropolitan Areas: Which Institutional Setting is Needed to Secure Metropolitan Economic Growth?”

Aaron Moore's book shortlisted for Speaker's Book Award
December 10th, 2014

IMFG Fellow Aaron A. Moore’s recent book, Planning Politics in Toronto: The Ontario Municipal Board and Urban Development, has been shortlisted for the Ontario Speaker’s Book Award.

Enid Slack interviewed in the Times Colonist
December 8th, 2014

Enid Slack was interviewed by Victoria, B.C.’s Times Colonist in an article called “Deferred taxes growing in popularity.”

IMFG Perspectives Paper by Zachary Spicer Explores Why and When Cities Work Together
December 3rd, 2014

How can Ontario municipalities best deliver a wide array of local services, ranging from transit to libraries to wastewater treatment? One answer is through collaboration among municipal governments.  A new Perspectives paper by Zachary Spicer explores when and how municipalities in Ontario share services and cooperate on a regional scale.