Summary: Statistics on five years (1917-1921) of parks department expenditures in Toronto. Also includes a chart comparing availability of parks and playgrounds vs. per capita expenditure in other North American cities (e.g. Montreal, Buffalo, Detroit).
Summary: Investigation into urban open space in the City of Toronto.
Summary: Summary of the organization, function, activities, revenue and expenditures of the Toronto Parks Department.
Summary: Discuss user behavior, the planning process, and financial and land resources in relation to urban parks.
Summary: Describes Parks and Recreation Administration in Canada, focusing on organization and practices.
Summary: Argues that urban redevelopment can compound old problems. As an example, newly approved development harms accessibility to parks in the St. James Town area.
Summary: Engages the public in ensuring the development of the green belt.
Summary: Endorses city acquistion of the CNR belt-line for transformation into a public park.
Summary: Suggests that the plan for large-scale East-West beltline routes is falling apart.
Summary: Examines the budgetary challenges of planning of recreation facilities and their relationship with other aspects of the city budget and the wages of civil servants.