Thursday, January 25, 2018

Worth Reading - January 25, 2018

Today has been a big 24 hours in Ontario politics. Patrick Brown, leader of the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party has resigned amidst sexual misconduct accusations

Still on Ontario politics, Kathleen Wynne's unpopularity is resulting in some ugly town halls

Chuck Marohn offers a twelve-step program for cities in financial crisis

This is a bit of a strange one, but there are concerns about the volume of road salt we use in the province of Ontario. 

Bad streets lead to pedestrian deaths, unsafe environments and poorer cities. Strong Towns talks about how to identify when a street is broken

In an effort to keep in communications with the public governments have hired social media people. The cost of whom is quite high. 

John Michael McGrath argues that Northern Ontario needs regional governance

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