The genius of the Ford position is that we are losing sight of the fact that there is anything to debate in politics except how to save money.
Who's afraid of the city? City council. It's not capable of imagining us, of expressing our ambitions, so it has brought a consultancy firm in to stifle them.
Torontonians have spoken about their libraries and the message is “Don’t close our libraries and don’t privatize them,” according to a Forum Research poll conducted on July 4, 2011.
Speaking writer to readers, I want to register some year-end thoughts on climate change in the realm of reading.
A battle is raging over the future of books in the digital age and the role that libraries will play. One U.S. legal case may grant a practical monopoly on recorded human knowledge to Google.
In August, the Liberal government announced a 20 per cent reduction in funding to the arts and cultural sector with much deeper cuts to come next year.
Funding cuts for B.C. libraries, announced last week by the B.C. Liberal government, are not as deep as first feared but will still have a negative impact on public libraries throughout the province.