Summary: Presents hospital accommodations statistics of other cities (e.g. Kingston, Ottawa); general hospital use should be limited to acute cases, and separate facilities should be built for chronic and convalescent treatment.
Summary: Gives an overview of police services in three British cities. This information is meant to assist City Council and the Board of Control in their consideration of the upcoming Police Estimates.
Summary: Outlines the costs of welfare relief and raises the question of whether or not welfare relief should be continued after the depression ends. The advantages and disadvantages of several different relief systems are discussed.
Summary: Presents a summary of the findings and constructive suggestions emerging from the Bureau of Municipal Research interim report: "Measurement of Educational Waste in the Public Schools."
Summary: Examination and analysis of the burden that unemployment relief payments place on the budget.
Summary: The education system is trying to address too many problems at once and therefore is not accomplishing any of the hoped for changes.
Summary: In preparation for the post-WWI era Toronto is investing in technical education
Summary: Statistics on motor mortality rates in Toronto. Special consideration is given to the high percentage of child fatalities as a result of motor accidents.
Summary: Creation of a permanent Rotary Relief Fund for Unemployment would provide a self-recreating fund for citizens, and make possible projects employing a large number of workers.
Summary: Summary of the organization, powers, activities, expenditures, and revenue of the Toronto Police Department. Includes a description of the administration of justice.
Summary: Co-ordination between the Public Health and Public Welfare Departments could be achieved by appointing members to a joint committee on Public Welfare.
Summary: Evaluates instruction on local government in Ontario secondary schools. Includes summaries of workshops held around the province to gain a better understanding of how to improve instruction.
Summary: Discusses the structure of care in housing for the elderly and challenges this housing faces.
Summary: The Bureau opposes the provision of meals to children of families on welfare at such a low cost, and also criticizes the lack of planning in provision of Child Care.
Summary: Road accident fatality rates in Toronto and Ontario.
Summary: Discusses the importance of leaving elementary and secondary education under the same roof.
Summary: Details the work of Home and School associations throughout Toronto. Argues that Toronto needs a powerful Citizens' Educational Association to secure the fullest results of co-operation between the Home and School clubs and the fullest educational returns from expenditures on education.
Summary: Statistics on education expenditures in Toronto; this bulletin argues economy with efficiency is essential in the public education department.
Summary: The introduction of sewer charges in Metro Toronto could have two major advantages: equitable distribution of service costs and diversification of municipal revenue.
Summary: A survey of the physical conditions of Toronto schools and an account of the conditions of school facilities and supplies. The Bureau of Municipal Research, with the participation of the Board of Education make suggestions for future school sites, and recommend modernizing and fireproofing existing schools.
Summary: Provides a summary of annual reports of the Toronto Hydro-Electric System, Toronto Transportation Commission, and Toronto Harbour Commission.