Summary: Analysis of voting patterns and discussion of the need to keep families within municipal boundaries and prevent sprawl.
Summary: Queries as to the wisdom of converting the Exhibition grounds into a horse-race track. Suggests that affecting economies in city services could be of greater benefit to city revenue.
Summary: Describes the importance of learning from past rehabilitation projects of low-income housing.
Summary: Objection to changing the fiscal year cycle from December 31 to December 15, which is related to the plan to change the election date to mid-December.
Summary: Suggests that the expected tax increase due to spending costs and debt would be a mistake at a time of war.
Summary: Discusses the taxation of governmentally owned public utilities and crown companies, and increased structural efficiency in the municipality.
Summary: Newsletter discussing summer recreation, general spending and taxation and suggesting two-year staggered term in city council instead of annual elections.
Summary: Analysis of survey by the Bureau in 4 Ontario municipalities, in order to assess the reasons for low voter turnout in municipal elections, and ways to increase voter turnout in the future.
Summary: Argues that Toronto's spending needs are manageable with current taxation levels if greater efficiency is achieved.
Summary: Bureau's recommendation to incorporate TTC in government; municipalities decision against code of ethics for municipal representatives; roads construction.
Summary: News Brief about results of Bureau activity: voter apathy, welfare, removal of tax exemptions, construction of roads, committee work.
Summary: Internal elections report; Bureau invited to submit to taxation committee.
Summary: Notice of the retirement of Dr. Horace L. Brittain as managing director and secretary. Mr. Hardy is his replacement.
Summary: New structure of provincial transfers to municipalities are vague and have contradictory goals.
Summary: Survey of the Oro Township school system as an example of how the consolidation of the school system into larger units has affected education in the six years since it took place.
Summary: A call to citizens to come vote due to the important issues on the table relating to the city's finances.
Summary: Analysis of requests and approvals of conference attendance for city council members in light of public criticism of attending these conferences at the city's expense.
Summary: Draws attention to important issues in the 1969 election.
Summary: Suggests that the current highest taxes in the history of the city are a result of not following the Bureau's advice in 1933.
Summary: Describes equitable means of effecting salary and wage reductions so as to increase city revenue by applying reductions on restored salary schedules.
Summary: Lectures given by the Bureau in Ontario, which focus on: voter turnout, work done on available pension options, and cooperation with U of T.
Summary: Survey of proposals for division of city wards and proposed criteria.
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: Report of final meeting of seminar on the Metropolitan community, on estimates of a large increase in municipal capital investment, and on hospital construction grants.
Summary: Summary of Bureau's work including taxation reports and submissions, research groups and programs.
Summary: Results of Bureau's election for board members.