Dundas Street West business owners talk crime prevention after string of break-ins
Police from 11 and 14 divisions call smash and grabs “crimes of opportunity”
Toronto police from 11 and 14 divisions discussed crime prevention with business owners along Dundas St. W., between Brock Ave. and Dovercourt Rd., after a recent string of break and enters.
It is now seventeen years since the Ontario government began controlling property tax rates for education.1 In taking over taxing power from school boards, the government inherited a wide range of legacy tax rates.
18,000 jobs would be created this year if Ontario ended
“the most inequitable provincial tax in Canada”
Imagine if a politician proposed wildly different tax rates on people making the same amount of money? What about wildly different taxes on commercial properties on the same street receiving the same services?
RE: BUSINESS EDUCATION TAX
Unlocking capital for the creation of 18,000 jobs in Toronto and major Ontario municipalities by removing Business Education Tax inequities