Summary: Examines proposals which aim to correct weaknesses of Metro Toronto Area government.
Summary: Summarizes relevant factors which influence the number of councillors required to do the work of the Metropolitan Municipality.
Summary: Describes Parks and Recreation Administration in Canada, focusing on organization and practices.
Summary: Analyzes the development of the Ontario Retail Sales tax provincially.
Summary: Describes the theory and technique of a particular type of study of the economic impact of an expressway.
Summary: Suggests a dysfunctional TTC has harmed Toronto; the Bureau recommends more direct control in future.
Summary: Recommendations for the prefered form of government to be established in North York.
Summary: Scan of all Canadian provinces and the Federal government's systems of paying for property occupied in cities in ways other than property taxes.
Summary: Authority and form of management of the different boards and commissions in the city
Summary: Suggests better candidate selection can lead to greater engagement of the public and better performance of the council
Summary: Looks at the meaning of "the spoils system", and the application of the ideas of "merit", "the central personnel agency" and "the classification system" in the public personnel field.
Summary: Local governments encounter difficulties in both current and capital financing; this warrants reconsideration of Provincial-Municipal Relations.
Summary: Summary of keynote address to the Eastern Regional Conference of the Public Personnel Association: key issues in public personnel operations.
Summary: Analysis of voter turnout in Toronto and suburbs.
Summary: Describes changes in local government in Windsor and lessons for Toronto and the Metro process started in 1953.
Summary: Discusses how much public housing there should be, who should it be made available to and how much funding should be allocated for this purpose.
Summary: Suggests that assessment law and assessment practice should be modified to ensure equity in real property assessment.
Summary: Describes changes to school funding with the new Metro arrangements.
Summary: Discusses the urgent need for reform in parking regulations in the city.
Summary: Analysis of city debt, its distribution and planning for overcoming it.
Summary: Describes the responsibilities and requirements of elected city officials.
Summary: Internal annual report.
Summary: Urging the advancement of legislation for universal suffrage in municipal elections (limited until that time by ownership of property).
Summary: Analysis of political dispute regarding the construction of the east-west subway.
Summary: Analysis of function and challenges of fire departments in the Toronto area.
Summary: Describes of the structure of government in metropolitan Toronto and planned changes.
Summary: Analysis of low voter turnout.
Summary: A speech about the financial state of Canada and its priorities.
Summary: The Bureau indicates its support of a temporary increase in tax rates.
Summary: Describes important considerations in the planning of the design for the new City Square.