Thursday, August 25, 2016

Worth Reading - August 25, 2016

From a couple weeks ago, the City of Brampton is studying transportation options for the Queen Street corridor

An interesting example of how a city can infill with good urbanism. I'd love for someone to do this with Brampton, just to see what it could look like.

More and more questions about affordability and whether or not we are in a housing bubble presses on my mind. The Toronto Star reports that a person needs an income in the six figures to afford a home

Andrew Coyne goes to bat for some honest conversation about proportional representation

Andrew MacDougall raises some concerns about the relationship between the PMO and the media

Kady O'Malley writes that the Trudeau government may not be able to dodge a referendum on electoral reform

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