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17 Sep, 2018

Bold Election Ideas for the Toronto Region

Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance releases bold ideas from some of Toronto’s most respected leaders, ahead of the municipal election. Toronto, September 17, 2018 – Elections are an ideal time to talk and ask questions, often uncomfortable ones, about the places we live and the opportunities we are creating for those who live here. To […]

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10 Sep, 2018

IMFG Fellow Alexandra Flynn featured in Burnaby Now

IMFG Fellow Alexandra Flynn was mentioned in the Burnaby Now article, “What does the court decision quashing Ontario’s council-cutting move mean?”, commenting on the ruling against the Ontario Province’s legislation to reduce the size of Toronto’s City Council before the municipal election.

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04 Sep, 2018

IMFG welcomes Fellowship Recipients for 2018-2019

IMFG is pleased to introduce our Fellowship Recipients for 2018-2019. Alejandra Reyes is the recipient of the 2018-2019 IMFG Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Municipal Finance and Governance; Kate Nelischer is awarded the 2018-2019 Blanche and Sandy Van Ginkel Graduate Fellowship in Municipal Finance and Governance; and Chibulu Luo is the recipient of the 2018-2019 IMFG Graduate […]

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21 Aug, 2018

Twenty years later: What Toronto’s amalgamation can tell us today

New paper from the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance revisits the remaking of Toronto Toronto, August 21, 2018 – In 1998 the Province of Ontario consolidated Metropolitan Toronto and its six lower-tier municipalities into a single City of Toronto. It was a controversial decision. Supporters claimed amalgamation would produce a more cost-effective, transparent, and […]

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