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Provincial Subsidies and Grants 20% Federal Grants and Subsidies 2%

Property Taxes 38%

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Toronto Public Health*. 2.5%

Shelter, Support and Housing Admin.* 9.8%

Children's Services* 4.1%

Transportation Services 3.1% TTC 16.3%

Long Term Care* Homes and Services 2.4%

Toronto Public Library 2.0% Economic Development and Culture 0.4% Parks, Forestry and Recreation 4.0%

Toronto Employment and Social Services* 12.9%

Licensing and Standards 0.5%

Debt Charges 4.7%

Emergency Medical Services 1.8% Fire Services 4.0%

Toronto Police Service 10.5%

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Toronto Public Health* 1.24%

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Long Term Care Homes and Services* 1.30%

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Community Partnerships and Investment Program 1.32%

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Transportation Services 4.85%

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