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Campaign for Tranparency

Toronto Condo News
Publication date:
March 28, 2018
Article Summary: 

The Toronto Star's Campaign for Transparency highlights the lack of evidence-based decision making in transportation decisions made by politicians. The decisions are allegedly made to support the political aspirations of some candidates, without considering relevant details. This lack of transparency and evidence-based decision making also applies to condo corporation directors who need to rely on advice from consultants rather than making decisions based on resident beliefs. Failure to do so may result in increased condo fees and special assessments to cover ill-advised expenditures. The article emphasizes the importance of demanding evidence-based decision making to ensure wise spending in maintaining one's condo home.


Campaign for Transparency, evidence-based decision making, transportation infrastructure, condo corporation directors, consultants, resident beliefs, condo fees, special assessments, ill-advised expenditures.

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Toronto Condo News
Campaign for Tranparency
March 28, 2018
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