Taxpayers Coalition Concerned About Tory’s Inaugural Budget

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The Toronto Taxpayers Coalition is concerned about the lack of cost savings initiatives in Mayor Tory’s 2015 budget.

“Though we appreciate and understand the need for an injection of money into services and infrastructure, we are concerned about the clear lack of focus on exploring more efficient ways to save money,” says President Matthew McGuire.

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Andre Marin to highlight Coalition panel on municipal accountability and transparency

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The Toronto Taxpayers Coalition is pleased to be hosting an outstanding panel to discuss Bill 8 and its impact on municipal government accountability and transparency. Featuring Ombudsman Andre Marin, and moderated by Newstalk 1010′s Jerry Agar, the forum is sure to take an in-depth look at the current need and potential future impact of the Bill, and what it means for our city governments.

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Taxpayers Voting Guide Unveiled

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Over 275 candidates interviewed to learn their view on important issues.

This morning, Toronto Taxpayers Coalition unveiled their Taxpayers Voting Guide – a first-of-its-kind tool to give taxpayers a better understanding of where candidates for office sit on fiscal matters.

And as an indication of its popularity and importance, over 200 people have RSVPd to attend tonight’s launch party.

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Taxpayers Coalition Launches Stop Chow Now Campaign

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Yesterday, Toronto Taxpayers Coalition unveiled their latest project, the Stop Chow Now campaign. The group placed lawn signs around Toronto to coincide with thousands of letters mailed to supporters announcing the campaign and the launch of its website, www.stopchownow.ca.

The campaign takes a look at Olivia Chow’s track record as a City Councillor and as a Member of Parliament, and closely examines her mayoral platform. The conclusion drawn is that Olivia Chow’s policies would be ruinous for the City and her record backs it up.

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