Summary: citizens should be engaged not only in voting but also in the selection of candidates.
Summary: Suggests that citizens should be engaged not only in voting but also in the selection of candidates.
Summary: Discusses emergency housing set up in the aftermath of WWII and its costs.
Summary: Encouraging citizens to vote.
Summary: The Bureau and the Citizens esearch Institute of Canada - their role and what they deal with: monitoring, making information available, analyzing what the govt. should and shouldn't be involved in.
Summary: Argues that investment for the development of Regent Park is an election issue.
Summary: Analysis of voter turnout in the last elections.
Summary: Analsis of voting trends in the last election.
Summary: Analysis of voter turnout in Toronto and suburbs.
Summary: Argues there is need to reduce public expenditure.
Summary: Describes the desperate need for renovations in city hall.
Summary: Describes the responsibilities and requirements of elected city officials.
Summary: The Bureau indicates its support of a temporary increase in tax rates.
Summary: Analysis of voter turnout throughout the Toronto area.
Summary: The bureau states its affirmative stance on a proposal to bring in universal adult suffrage.
Summary: Examines recommendations proposed by The Royal Commission on Metropolitan Toronto (which evaluated the effectiveness of the existing form of metropolitan government).