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Presentation | 2017

Returning to the Golden Rule of Balanced Budgets

The “golden rule” of public finance states that over an economic cycle, governments should borrow only to invest and not to fund current spending, and that the current budget must always balance or be brought into surplus. In Ontario, all municipalities are subject to legal borrowing limits, with special exceptions for Toronto and York Region.
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Presentation | 2017

100 Resilient Cities

Otis Rolley moderated and presented at the IMFG event "What Makes a Resilient City?", co-sponsored 100 Resilient Cities, Pioneered by the Rockefeller Foundation, on Sept 14th, 2017.
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Presentation | 2017

What Makes a Resilient City? #ONENYC

Daniel Zarrilli, Chief Resilience Officer, New York City, presented at the IMFG event "What Makes a Resilient City?", co-sponsored 100 Resilient Cities, Pioneered by the Rockefeller Foundation, on Sept 14th, 2017.
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Presentation | 2017

Developing a Resilience Strategy for Montreal

Louise Bradette, Chief Resilience Officer, City of Montreal, presented at the IMFG event "What Makes a Resilient City?", co-sponsored 100 Resilient Cities, Pioneered by the Rockefeller Foundation, on Sept 14th, 2017.
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Presentation | 2017

Toronto's Resilience Strategy

Elliott Cappell, Chief Resilience Officer, City of Toronto, presented at the IMFG event "What Makes a Resilient City?", co-sponsored 100 Resilient Cities, Pioneered by the Rockefeller Foundation, on Sept 14th, 2017.
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Presentation | 2017

Climate Finance in Ontario: Can Debt Financing Be Green?

Can debt financing be “green”? On June 21, IMFG post-doctoral fellow Gustavo Carvalho presented on climate financing in Ontario cities, looking at financial instruments and strategies that have been successfully implemented elsewhere, with a focus on green bonds, environmental impact bonds, and green banks.
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