- University of Western OntarioPublic Administration, 2015 - presentLocal Government
- Ryerson UniversityPublic Administration, 1992 - 1997
- Ryerson UniversityUrban Planning, 2002 - 2004
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End the superficial fixation with balanced budgets
Our economy has been stagnant for the past three to four years, and prudent government spending makes the most sense
At the open: TSX suffers triple-digit loss amid weak oil price forecast
The S&P/TSX composite index falls 207 points
Beer Store’s ‘new era’ keeps an archaic system alive
The decision to sell a small piece of the Beer Store to smaller rivals is primarily an effort to preserve the status quo, and with any luck,
A Tale Of Three Cities: Detroit, Toronto, And Pittsburgh In A Post-Indus...
Detroit has become the poster child for post-war American urban decay.
Via Rail: MP pushes for passenger rail strategy | Toronto Star
Thunder Bay train advocate enlists Torontonians in fight for passenger trains.
Massive police raid launched in Toronto | Toronto Star
Police launched massive predawn raid targeting guns and drugs Thursday, focusing on the Toronto neighbourhood that’s ground zero for the Rob
Rob Ford must resign. Now. Regardless of what happened
It is one mark of a competent leader that he or she knows when to quit the field
Flaherty nixes HST rise as way to pay for Toronto-area, Hamilton transit...
Federal finance minister says he would not allow Queen’s Park to raise the HST only on GTHA residents. He says if the province moves forward
What Graduation Speeches Should Say but Don’t | TIME.com
There is a strong chance you will wind up miserable with no sense of purpose if you don't figure out one very important thing.
Globe Editorial: Note to politicians: Stop blaming the media for your pr...
Among Canadian conservatives, patriotism is being replaced by unsupported allegations of media bias as the go-to refuge from responsibility
Canada losing ground in global science race: report
Federal government defends “full spectrum” approach to research funding
What makes a home look Canadian? U.S. decor-store invasion makes that a ...
Until about five years ago, one of the few unifying Canadian decorating hallmarks was, ironically, Swedish. But if IKEA gave us the Allen ke
Downtown Detroit has more wealth, diversity than city as whole, report says
The makeup of downtown Detroit is more diverse, educated and wealthy than the rest of the city, according to a new report expected to be rel
Raptors bidding to host 2016 NBA all-star game, sources say | Toronto Star
According to sources, Maple Leaf Sports and the Raptors have already begun the process of submitting an official bid to bring the NBA all-st
Stalled Grand Avenue development may get a second look
Bunker Hill is showing signs of life. A new 12-acre Civic Park is nearly complete, sloping down to the steps of City Hall in a cascade of st