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Mariana Valverde

Opinion | BY MARIANA VALVERDE | October 4, 2023
If Canada cannot overcome the jurisdictional obstacles that lie in the way of providing both housing and other necessary infrastructure, a dire future awaits, writes Mariana Valverde. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY MARIANA VALVERDE | October 4, 2023
Opinion | BY MARIANA VALVERDE | October 4, 2023
If Canada cannot overcome the jurisdictional obstacles that lie in the way of providing both housing and other necessary infrastructure, a dire future awaits, writes Mariana Valverde. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY MARIANA VALVERDE | April 17, 2023
Public works or public regulatory bodies governing privately-owned utilities are far more likely to be subject to accountability for their services and their prices, writes Mariana Valverde, professor emeritus at the University of Toronto. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY MARIANA VALVERDE | April 17, 2023
Opinion | BY MARIANA VALVERDE | April 17, 2023
Public works or public regulatory bodies governing privately-owned utilities are far more likely to be subject to accountability for their services and their prices, writes Mariana Valverde, professor emeritus at the University of Toronto. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY MARIANA VALVERDE | April 6, 2022
In the Greater Toronto Area, the feds are giving billions to Premier Doug Ford’s pet subway project, the Ontario Line—even though the federal cabinet must know that Ford is riding roughshod over environmental regulations, citizens’ groups, and elected municipalities, writes Mariana Valverde. Photograph courtesy of Twitter/fordnation
Opinion | BY MARIANA VALVERDE | April 6, 2022
Opinion | BY MARIANA VALVERDE | April 6, 2022
In the Greater Toronto Area, the feds are giving billions to Premier Doug Ford’s pet subway project, the Ontario Line—even though the federal cabinet must know that Ford is riding roughshod over environmental regulations, citizens’ groups, and elected municipalities, writes Mariana Valverde. Photograph courtesy of Twitter/fordnation