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Big city mayors cry foul on Provincial downloading

Big-city mayors from across Ontario are extremely concerned that the Government of Ontario is engaging in downloading by stealth - implementing funding and governance changes to municipalities without any consultation, after cities have already approved our budgets.
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Mississauga Fudges Separation Math

Peel Regional Council today voted to release a report by Deloitte that questions the analysis and recommendations by Mississauga City Council to...

Brampton losing out on funding for shovel ready projects

Three years ago, the City of Brampton led residents to believe that Brampton had substantial shovel ready projects to propose to the...
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$423M Peel Police Budget Approved

Peel Regional Council today approved a 5.4 percent increase for the Peel Regional Police operating budget. The 2019 budget was approved for $423.1 million. The...

Peel Region voters ignored yet again

Had enough of provincial politics yet? We are a month away from choosing our next provincial government and Peel residents have yet to hear...
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Prepare for Whopping Property Tax Hikes and Debt For Many Years

Brampton's City Council is meeting a week ahead of schedule today (Dec 6, 2018) at 4pm to decide on your tax bill increase. City...
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Economic Development to Pay for Liberal Promises

The Federal Liberal government has an ambitious plan to spend $180 Billion over 10 years to fund transit and infrastructure projects across the country....
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Mayor Jeffrey’s Annual Interview – 2017 Edition

In our annual interview with Mayor Linda Jeffrey we ask about the recently approved city budget that consisted of a 3.6% operating budget increase. Once blended with the...
Bramton Focus Photo Archive - Brampton City Council

The Brampton Money Pit

It is budget season at the City of Brampton and our City Council is busy shuffling their offices, planning more office renovations, squabbling about how...
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