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The Internet has been an enormous boon to those needing to keep up with municipal bylaws. Instead of the old process of sending a student down to City Hall, now we just access the city’s website.  But it turns out that municipalities have as much trouble keeping their websites up-to-date as everybody else. On the City of Toronto website, for example, 3 different departments have posted their Water and Sewer Rates Code, Chapter 849, but two of  the versions are long since obsolete: Toronto Water, Utility Bills, and Leg.doc. And even the “Leg.doc” consolidated version is not always up to date. Fun!

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