Are there cultural differences, in how Mississauga and Toronto go about dealing with land use planning processes?

Message from Graeme Decarie to all his MCHS classes; plus a note about the fact that in many contexts, diplomacy in communications enhances human agency

Some people still remember Arnold’s restaurant at Forty-Second Street and Lake Shore Blvd. West in Etobicoke

A proposal for development project in Stratford, between Queen Street and Trow Avenue on the north side of Ontario Street, has turned out to be contentious

Re: 90 Ash Toronto Local Appeal Body (TLAB) decision – refusal

Michael Mizzi, a senior planning manager at the City of Toronto, was guest speaker at Long Branch Neighbourhood Association AGM, Nov. 18, 2020 – TRANSCRIPT

Toronto Local Appeal Body decision regarding 80 Twenty Third St. in Long Branch now available

Please write a letter of objection (soon as possible) regarding proposed three-storey house at 290 Lake Promenade across from Len Ford Park in Long Branch

June 2019 Long Branch Update from David Godley

Long Branch residents say similar lot-splitting proposals have led to vastly different decisions, by Toronto Local Appeal Body

During the 21 years that I have lived in Long Branch with my family, I have learned many things. During our years in Long Branch, I have learned, for example, that the culture of decision making is decidedly more coherent and robust in Mississauga than it is in Toronto. That is evident, as I’ve noted […]