Bill 108 and some of what it means 

June 8, 2019 


Interested in learning more about Bill 108 and what it could mean?

City of Toronto Staff made the following recommendations:

• Request an extension on June 1, 2019 deadline
• Request Province to issue draft regulations
• Request the Province to enshrine revenue neutrality in the legislation
• Request the Province to provide a transparent and through stakeholder consultation process
• Direct staff to report through the 2020 budget process on any necessary curtailment of growth-related expenditures
• Detailed recommendations on specific acts and the Growth Plan

Click here for the City of Toronto’s fact sheets about Bill 108

Click here for City Planning Staff’s Bill 108 Staff Summary

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