Ontario's Postwar Planning Needs
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The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 15 Feb 1945, p. 282-297


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Ontario's Postwar Planning Needs


The definition and nature of planning. Some well-defined steps to planning. The joint responsibility of citizens and government. The necessity for co-operation between the people of the Province and the Government. The creation of this Department of Planning and Development by an Act of the Legislature in 1944. Duties as outlined in the Act. Tasks as evolved, and current activities: rehabilitation and re-establishment of men and women from the Armed Forces; town and community planning; conservation; trade and industry. Other divisions to be formed as the necessity arises. An outline of the mean features of each task. The urgency for a much more vigorous planning campaign in Ontario. The completion and results of a survey of the extent of the planning that has been done for postwar public works construction projects throughout the Province by Municipal Governments. The bulk of the projects still in the "idea" stage. What needs to be done immediately.