Why are fashion offices so expensive?

The Toronto fashion offices are expensive.

But it’s not just a luxury issue.

It’s a policy issue.

The city has a huge debt, and its a serious issue for Toronto.

“The average salary for a Toronto Fashion Office is $60,000,” says Jennifer Stahl, executive director of the city’s public policy and finance department.

“We’re not making any headway on reducing that.”

Toronto’s fashion industry has been growing at a healthy clip for decades.

The number of designers, stylists and designers who have opened shop in Toronto in recent years is an unprecedented level, and the number of companies offering work for clients around the world is booming.

But the city is still spending heavily to keep up with demand.

“Toronto’s not in a great financial position,” Stahl says.

“And that’s something we need to fix.

It doesn’t seem like the city has much of a plan for how to spend the money.”

It’s not like the government is cutting corners on spending, though.

Toronto’s Public Works, which oversees Toronto’s urban renewal projects, has recently been under fire for not doing enough to support the citys growing fashion sector.

Earlier this year, the city announced a $10 million investment in a new Toronto Fashion Design Studio, which will provide creative and technical support for the city.

And it’s still planning to spend $300 million on new development in the city over the next few years.

The $10 billion investment will go towards the creation of five new fashion-design studios and the creation or expansion of eight more, according to a statement from Mayor John Tory.

But those projects won’t come until 2023, when the city will be looking to renew its urban renewal contract with the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB).

“We are going to have to look at our capital program, which is very difficult,” Stelzer says.

Tory says he’s looking at ways to cut spending, including cutting public sector workers.

But while Tory and Stelzar have pledged to keep Torontos fashion industry afloat, it will likely take a long time for those promises to come true.

According to Stahl and other city officials, the problem isn’t just Toronto’s debt.

It has to do with a city that has a lot of expensive things to do and a lot to pay for.

For instance, the $300-million investment announced in March would help fund more than 60,000 construction jobs, she says.

And in March, the City of Toronto also unveiled plans to double its youth employment base, by providing more training to young people in the fashion industry.

But for the next six months, the mayor is keeping the $1-billion program’s budget in the dark about the details of how it will be spent.

Meanwhile, Stelzers hopes the city can still create a sustainable fashion industry for young people.

“They need to have a sustainable, high-quality, sustainable business,” she says, “not a business that is going to be in Toronto for the rest of their lives.”

And while Toronto has an impressive talent pool, it also has an expensive housing market.

According a 2015 report from the Canadian Real Estate Association, the median home price in Toronto is $849,800, and Toronto’s median house price is $1,053,300.

And even if a city like Toronto were to get rid of its housing costs entirely, that wouldn’t make a huge difference to the city of Toronto.

In the last decade, the population of Toronto has exploded, to about 8 million people, and it now has the highest rate of urbanization in the country.

But even that number isn’t nearly enough to keep pace with the city s massive housing costs.

For example, in Toronto’s 416 neighbourhood, which includes the city centre and the suburbs, the average house price for a two-bedroom home is $2.6 million.

And if you were to subtract out the area around the city, the typical house price in that area is $6.9 million.

“It’s going to take years to get there,” Stellzer says, adding that even if Torontos housing costs were to be eliminated entirely, she thinks it would be a long, slow process.

“I think the city should take a deep breath and make sure we don’t lose our talent, our vision, our identity, our energy, our vitality, our values, our sense of pride and our passion, which means that we’re not just going to keep spending the money we have,” she adds.

“That means we’re going to invest it wisely and not spend it on things that will not benefit the city.”