Will COVID-19 bankrupt Canadian cities? | Power & Politics


Cities are on the front lines of the pandemic, but unlike other levels of government, they can’t run a budget deficit. Toronto Mayor John Tory said his city is bleeding about $65 million a week and the pandemic could end up costing the city $1.5 billion. Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi and Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman join Tory to discuss the situation.To read more:

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