Summary: Describes possibilities to improve efficiency of civic authorities by amalgamation of departments, boards etc.
Summary: citizens should be engaged not only in voting but also in the selection of candidates.
Summary: Examines proposals which aim to correct weaknesses of Metro Toronto Area government.
Summary: Describes the desperate need for renovations in city hall.
Summary: Encouraging citizens to vote.
Summary: Argues there is need to reduce public expenditure.
Summary: Identifies amalgamation costs in light of the plans to improve efficiency and restructure council areas.
Summary: The bureau states its affirmative stance on a proposal to bring in universal adult suffrage.
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: Examines additional means by which Metro's municipal services might be financed.
Summary: Analysis of voter turnout in Toronto and suburbs.
Summary: Suggests that citizens should be engaged not only in voting but also in the selection of candidates.
Summary: Suggests better candidate selection can lead to greater engagement of the public and better performance of the council
Summary: Summarizes relevant factors which influence the number of councillors required to do the work of the Metropolitan Municipality.
Summary: Analysis of voter turnout throughout the Toronto area.
Summary: Analysis of voter turnout, and how many voters voted for each office, in the last elections.