It's Your Chance to Voice Your Opinion on the City of Toronto Act, 2006.

 There is a great post on John Pasalis’ Move Smartly which connects to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing. It allows you to go online and make comments to the Ministry about the City of Toronto Act 2006. The Ministry is involved in reviewing the Act. If you have strong feelings about the Municipal Land Transfer Tax, Automobile Licensing Tax or the further discussions of more powers for the Mayor, make your case known online.

Make your thoughts known here.

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2 Responses

  1. Lynne Hunt

    THIS MUNICIPAL LAND TRANSFER TAX AND AUTOMOBILE LICENSING TAX THAT WAS IMPOSED ON JUST THE CITY OF TORONTO IS CRIPPLING OUR REAL ESTATE ECONOMY, WE NEED TO REMOVE THIS SO AT LEAST WE CAN START TO HAVE A NORMAL MARKET, SINCE THIS WAS PUT INTO EFFECT THE REAL ESTATE INDUSTRY HAVE SUFFERED GREATLY. INCLUDING HOME OWNERS THAT CANNOT SELL AND ARE HAVING TO TAKE A LOSS IN ORDER TO GET AN OFFER WITH THIS TAX IN PLACE.
    IN THIS ECONOMY WE SHOULD BE GETTING HELP NOT TAXED TO THE EXTREME. ALSO WHY JUST THE CITY OF TORONTO, WE PAY THE HIGHEST TAXES AS IT IS AND NOW WE A BLOCK WITH THIS TAX FROM SELLING OUR HOMES FOR THE PRICE THAT THEY ARE WORTH.
    MAYOR MILLER WAS TOTALLY WRONG IN THIS AND IT HAS NOT MADE THE AMOUNT OF MONEY THAT HE SAID IT WOULD.
    REMOVE IT AND GIVE THE CITY OF TORONTO A CHANCE TO RECOVER INSTEAD OF SINKING US.
    MAYOR MILLER WILL LOSE A LOT OF VOTES AND I DOUBT HE WILL EVER GET ELECTED AGAIN

  2. Lynne Hunt

    REMOVE THESE TAXES THEY ARE UNFAIR AND IT IS UNJUST THAT JUST THE CITY OF TORONTO HAS TO PAY WHERE ALL OTHERS IN THE GTA DONT.
    IT HAS CRIPPLED THE REAL ESTATE INDUSTRY THAT EMPLOYEES A LOT OF PEOPLE THAT ARE CURRENTLY HAVING A VERY HARD TIME FINANCIALLY.

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