Summary: Provides an overview of the civic budget for 1938, including expenditures and the tax rate. The Bureau notes that the 1938 tax rate is the highest on record, probably owing to the costs of direct unemployment relief. The Bureau recommends that the city administration be studied by an outside party, to revise the size of the city council, to abolish or equalize the ward systems, and to increase term limits for city councillors.
Publication Date: June 14, 1938
Publication Format: White Papers
Publication Series: White Papers (1915-1945)
Document Number: 232
Tags: Budget, City Council, Civic Service, Debt, Education, Efficiency, Expenditure, Reform, Taxes
Location: City of Toronto Archives