Mission Possible: Successful Canadian Cities

The Conference Board of Canada, 140 pages, February 6, 2007
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Canada’s prosperity depends on the success of our major cities. This volume of Mission Possible: Sustainable Prosperity for Canada takes a comprehensive look at the capacity and the potential of Canada’s major cities to act as engines of national productivity, competitiveness and success. It provides direction for strategic national urban policy and investment.

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Existing infrastructure, social, environmental, governance and fiscal challenges are blocking our major cities from realizing their potential as drivers of national productivity, prosperity and success. This volume of Mission Possible: Sustainable Prosperity for Canada takes a comprehensive look at the capacity and the potential of Canada’s major cities to act as engines of national prosperity and as platforms for competing in the global marketplace. It provides direction for national policy and investment strategies aimed at strengthening the cornerstones of competitive cities and at creating the municipal governance and fiscal strength and autonomy needed to make our major cities more livable, competitive and sustainable. The success of our major cities is a national priority; it requires national commitment and action—now.

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