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: 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.
Summary: Endorses city acquistion of the CNR belt-line for transformation into a public park.
Summary: City budget estimates for 1920. Analysis of revenues from publically owned utilities moved to a separate volume in 1920.
Summary: Details of modern athletic structures/stadiums in North American cities (e.g. Cambridge, Philadelphia, New York), and discussion of logistics of building a municipal stadium in Toronto.
Summary: City budget estimates and analysis for 1919, prepared for the purposes of encouraging citizen engagement with city council and budget matters.
Summary: Newsletter discussing summer recreation, general spending and taxation and suggesting two-year staggered term in city council instead of annual elections.
Summary: Suggests that the plan for large-scale East-West beltline routes is falling apart.
Summary: Scan of major elections issues
Summary: Outlines proposed expenditures for the City of Toronto in 1916, divided by services (Education, Health, Recreation etc.)
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: City budget estimates and analysis of revenues and debts from publically owned utilities for 1921.