I am very excited to announce that I have co-founded a new society in my hometown: The Victoria Salon. Our purpose is to promote public debate about relevant – and potentially contentious – issues to better inform us all and to raise the level of knowledge-based decision-making.
Join us on March 24th, 2015, in the Young Auditorium at Camosun College, Lansdowne Campus.
Be it resolved that whereas the citizens of Greater Victoria have elected, through a non-binding question, to explore the concept of Amalgamation, the 13 municipalities must move towards amalgamating civic services as quickly as possible.
PROPONENTS FOR THE RESOLUTION
Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly, PhD bio
Leslie Ewing bio
spare: Shellie Gudgeon bio
OPPONENTS FOR THE RESOLUTION
Jim McDavid, PhD bio
Nils Jensen bio
The following list was blue-skied by Kathy and in no way represents the views of the panellists. Readings to be vetter.
Headed for Splitsfille? Dawn Chafe, Atlantic Business Magazine
WHY MUNICIPAL AMALGAMATIONS? HALIFAX, TORONTO, MONTREAL. Andrew Sancton, University of Western Ontario <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Halifax man starts petition to reopen amalgamation debate. Jacqueline Foster, CTV Atlantic
Alternatives to amalgamation in Australian local government: the case of Walkerville. Brian Dollery, University…
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