Assessing Toronto's Smaller City Council

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Last fall, on the eve of the municipal election, the Ontario PC government cut Toronto city council almost in half. Meant to save money and improve governance, candidates and campaigns scrambled to rejig their platforms and priorities. Six months later, how is the resulting new city council faring? The Agenda asks counsellors Shelley Carroll, Stephen Holyday, and the Munk School's Gabriel Eidelman.
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