Summary: Examines Toronto's recent low-voter turnout. The Bureau argues that without a higher voter turnout the decisions of council are morally questionable. The Bureau suggests making city council terms longer in order to attract candidates of a higher calibre, as well as publishing budget figures before elections in order to generate more interest in voting.
Publication Date: December 9, 1943
Publication Format: White Papers
Publication Series: White Papers (1915-1945)
Document Number: 285
Tags: City Council, Elections, Legitimacy, Voter Turnout
Location: City of Toronto Archives