ULI Toronto: City Strong? Challenging the Authority of Modern Canadian Cities


2021-04-16T12:00:00 - 2021-04-16T13:00:00

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    A landmark challenge at the Supreme Court of Canada on Bill 5, Ontario’s mid-election intervention that cut Toronto’s wards more than half in 2018, is awaiting a ruling. For many the case raises a broader question of the proper authority of modern cities in Canada - both through a Constitutional lens and future Charter reform proposals.
    Join ULI Toronto for unique insights into this generational test of the constitutional limits of municipal jurisdiction, and a discussion about the case for future charter cities.
    Christine Davies
    , Partner, Goldblatt Partners LLP
    Mayor Marianne Meed Ward, Mayor of Burlington
    Chris Moise, Trustee, Ward 10, Toronto District School Board 
    John Sewell, Former Mayor of Toronto