The Toronto Exodus and Regional Economic Development

  1. Policies to make it easier for young families to live where jobs are being created.
  2. Policies to cause job creation in the places young families can afford to live.
  3. Policies to make it easier to live in one place and work in another (e.g. train service from Kitchener to Toronto).
  1. Creating the initial conditions for cluster formation.
  2. Removing the bottlenecks to firm growth in already existing clusters.

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Senior Director, Smart Prosperity. Assistant Prof, Ivey Business School. Exhausted but happy Dad of 2 wonderful kids with autism. I used to do other stuff.

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