Ken Greenberg and David Crombie provide context for Toronto's present conflict with the province

Metro Morning

Greenberg and Crombie talk about Toronto's pivotal turn away from American-style urban renewal in the 1970s, and how those key collective decisions have built a unique and welcoming metropolis of international renown. From the 'Reform' city council of the 1970s to the current battles with Doug Ford's government, Crombie and Greenberg believe positive outcomes are always possible when citizens act.

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