What’s New at IMFG

03 Nov, 2017

Understanding Smarter Cities event covered in U of T news

IMFG Director Enid Slack took part in the event Understanding Smarter Cities: What Happens Next?, co-sponsored by IMFG and organized by the Urban Studies Program at Innis College, on November 2nd. The event was covered by U of T news in an article entitled “U of T urban experts on how Toronto can become a […]

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30 Oct, 2017

Upcoming IMFG event featured in eFocus newsletter

The upcoming IMFG event “Returning to the Golden Rule of Balanced Budgets: The Institutional and Political Economy of Restricting Public Deficits and Debt” was mentioned in the latest edition of the eFocus – Municipal Assessment and Taxation’s newsletter (subscription only).  The event, lead by IMFG Visiting Scholar Bernard Dafflon, will take place on November 15th, 2017. Seating is […]

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27 Oct, 2017

IMFG 6th Annual City Manager’s Address Featured on Torontoist

IMFG’s 6th Annual City Manager’s Address, held on October 26th, 2017, was covered in an article entitled “Will Toronto Invest in its Future?” on Torontoist. The event included City Manger Peter Wallace delivering an address and engaging in a question-and-answer period with moderator Sevaun Palvetzian, CEO of CivicAction. Peter’s presentation can be viewed here.

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26 Oct, 2017

IMFG paper featured in Torontoist

Professor Alexandra Flynn’s IMFG Paper, (Re)creating Boundary Lines: Assessing Toronto’s Ward Boundary Review Process, was recently featured in Torontoists’ piece entitled “Toronto voters, candidates still unclear on ward boundaries as election draws near.” Professor Flynn’s paper was released by IMFG earlier this year.

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23 Oct, 2017

Enid Slack interviewed on CBC

IMFG Director Enid Slack spoke to Metro Morning’s Matt Galloway on the CBC about the city’s financial situation, and the role taxes will play in the coming election. Listen to the interview here.

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