Paying for Toronto subway extension will take residential tax hike, report says
Toronto will need to raise a minimum of $910-million, and raise residential taxes by 1.6 per cent over the next three years, to cover its share of a Scarborough subway extension, says a new report prepared by the city's top official.
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