JOHN TORY PROMISING TO KEEP A LID ON PROPERTY TAXES IF RE-ELECTED

Aug 01, 2018

By Bob Komsic

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John Tory’s kicked off his re-election campaign by vowing to hold property taxes at, or below, the rate of inflation if he wins this fall’s municipal election.
The mayor made the announcement after speaking with families on Rouge Hills Drive in Scarborough’s Port Union neighbourhood.
(CBC)
Standing behind a podium with bearing the slogan ”lower taxes,” Tory says property taxes are the ”single biggest cheque” most homeowners write each year.
He made the same promise during the last election in 2014 and kept it during the past four years, but had not said if he’d do the same in the coming years until today.
Jennifer Keesmaat, the city’s former chief planner, and Tory’s latest rival, has yet to state her position on taxes.
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