Taxpayers Acknowledge Receipt Of Chow’s Position


Today, Olivia Chow became the first mayoral candidate to respond to the survey we sent out on July 8th regarding matters that are important to Toronto taxpayers: taxation rates, size of council, infrastructure, transit and congestion, labour relations, and emergency preparation.

We’d like to thank Olivia Chow for her swift response well ahead of the deadline.

This survey is an important tool for voters to help make up their minds ahead of the election this October. We look forward to receiving responses from the other campaigns in the near future.

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Privatize Garbage Pickup In Toronto

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Whereas in the 2010 municipal election, four of the five main mayoral candidates endorsed privatizing garbage in one way or another;

Whereas a C.D. Howe Institute study released in September 2010 found Toronto could save $49 million annually by contracting out garbage collection;

Whereas the city’s current unionized workers would be able to compete for tendered contracts;

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