2 edition of Regional planning and government in the Toronto region found in the catalog.
Regional planning and government in the Toronto region
Metropolitan Toronto. Planning Board
Written in English
Caption title. Bibliographical footnotes.
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Toronto Region governance, – The Ontario government: • surrounds Metropolitan Toronto with five regional governments (York, ; Durham, Halton, and Peel, ) • adopts a land use strategy for the Toronto-Centred Region () • appoints a Royal Commission to review Metropolitan Toronto government (). Cover title: Design for development: Toronto-centred region program statement. Description: 19 pages: 1 color map ; 30 cm: Other Titles: Design for development, Toronto-centred region program statement: Responsibility: Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs, Regional Planning Branch. More information.
Toronto (Ont.) -- Politics and government -- 20th century. Toronto (Ont.) -- Politique et gouvernement -- 20e siècle. The public metropolis: the political dynamics of urban expansion in the Toronto region, / Frances Frisken. Why big-picture planning that saves natural resources, woodlands, and farmland can be the key to sustainable success. The Places to Grow land use plan for the region of Ontario around Toronto Author: Kaid Benfield.
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Ontario's government should initiate a comprehensive review of the land-use planning regime in the Toronto region before enacting its proposed changes to ensure that the planning.
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Regional Coordination is Critical to the Prosperity of the GTHA in the 21st Century. by Marcy Burchfield. The Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA), on the surface, is beginning to act like a region, best exhibited by the recent bid for Amazon’s second headquarters by the newly formed regional agency, Toronto.
The public metropolis: the political dynamics of urban expansion in the Toronto region,Frances Frisken. (pbk.), Toronto Public Library.status of regional planning activities for each region is described below in this exhibit. 5. The regional planning process has not yet been initiated for the regions in Group 2 and.
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This means an additional billion people will be living in.