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On August 10, the Province of Ontario introduced a bill to insert “strong mayor” powers into the municipal governance structures of Toronto and Ottawa. The implications are significant.
The mayors of both cities will have a veto on any matter viewed as potentially interfering with provincial priorities, with a two-thirds majority of council required to override a veto. Mayors are also provided with the power to:
- set the budget;
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