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20: The potential and consequences of municipal electoral reform Downloads
Aaron Moore
19: How Much Local Fiscal Autonomy Do Cities Have? A Comparison of Eight Cities around the World Downloads
Enid Slack
18: Cities as Prudent Investors: New Rules for Investment by Ontario Municipalities Downloads
Gustavo Carvalho
16: Reducing Urban Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Effective Steering Strategies for City Governments Downloads
Sara Hughes
14: National Urban Policy: A Roadmap for Canadian Cities Downloads
Abigail Friendly
11: Cost Overruns on Infrastructure Projects: Patterns, Cause, and Cures Downloads
Matti Siemiatycki
9: The Times They Are A-Changin’ (Mostly) Downloads
Zachary Spicer
8: The Many Faces of Leadership in a Thriving City: A Rethink of the Toronto Narrative Downloads
Alan Broadbent
7: Is Toronto Fiscally Healthy A Check-up on the City’s Finances Downloads
André Côté and Enid Slack
6: Approaching an Inflection Point in Ontario’s Provincial-Municipal Relations Downloads
André Côté and Michael Fenn
5: Too Big, Yet Still Too Small: The Mixed Legacy of the Montréal and Toronto Amalgamations Downloads
Zachary Spicer
4: Hidden in Plain View: Local Agencies, Boards, and Commissions in Canada Downloads
Jack Lucas
2: Trading Density for Benefits: Section 37 Agreements in Toronto Downloads
Aaron A. Moore
1: Affordable Housing in Ontario Downloads
André Côté and Howard Tam
1: The Fault Lines at City Hall: Reflections on Toronto’s local government Downloads
André Côté
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