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Reviewing Prince George's core review

The city of Prince George paid KPMG $285,000 for a core services review report. Its purpose was to find "efficiencies" and save the city money. Ideas in the report include cracking down on parking violations, increasing user fees for fields and pools, and charging people to remove snow from their driveways. For their views, we reached Opinion250 columnist Peter Ewart and city councillor Cameron Stolz.

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