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Other | 2011

Amenities for Density: Section 37 of the Planning Act

This presentation was delivered by Larry Beasley at an event co-sponsored by Ideas That Matter on December 6, 2006, with two panel presentations: Planning in Toronto: What's the Problem?, chaired by Paul Bedford, including panelists Julie Di Lorenzo, Frank Lewinberg, and Gary Wright; and Amenities for Density: Section 37 of the Planning Act, chaired by John Lorinc, with a presentation by Larry Beasley, and panelists Steve Diamond, and Ted Tyndorf.
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Other | 2011

Trends in Public Finance in Canada

The current division of spending responsibilities among the three orders of government and their ability to use own-source revenues to fund these responsibilities has led to concerns about the existence of a vertical fiscal imbalance. This paper provides an assessment of trends in the levels of expenditures and revenues by all three orders of government, trends that are important in assessing the extent to which there is a fiscal imbalance.
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Presentation | 2011

Funding Transportation for the Future: Strategies for Winning Public Support

Presentation from the fourth event in the "Moving Our Region: Transportation for the Future". Keynote speakers at the event were: John Inglish, General Manager, Utah Transportation Authority; and, Barry Watson, Ph.D., President and Chief Executive Officer, Environics Research Group; Moderated by Joe Berridge, Partner, Urban Strategies.
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Presentation | 2011

National Transit, Strategy and Policy

IMFG hosted the third lecture in our "Moving Our Region: Transportation for the Future" series entitled, National Transit Strategy and Policy: North American and International Perspectives on the Federal Role.
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