John Tory is re-elected as Mayor of Toronto
By Cassandra Turco, Katia Sist and Sarah Larke Skedline.com John Tory has won the mayoral race of Toronto’s municipal election by a landslide. “Building on the foundations of the last four years, over the next four years my goal is to make sure no one, anywhere in our city,... Read more
Ward 3 goes Grimes
By Justin Field and Liam Harrington Skedline.com  Incumbent Mark Grimes has won re-election and is the councillor of the new Ward 3. Grimes won with over 40 percent of the votes. His closest competitor, Amber Morley, had over 27 percent of the votes. Amber Morley, who talked about her... Read more
Stephen Holyday elected as Ward 2 Councillor
By Skedline Reporter Aaron Ranson Stephen Holyday has been elected as Ward 2 Councillor for Etobicoke- Centre. Skedline Reporter Aaron Ranson is reporting from Holyday’s Headquarters. Read more
Trustee candidates fight for better schools in ward 3
By Liam Harrington and Justin Field Skedline.com The Toronto District School Board is in a difficult situation. The board face serious challenges such as overcrowded schools, crumbling infrastructure, and students are getting the best education possible. It is up to the school board trustees to solve these issues, but... Read more
Time for New Blood in Ward 3?
By Sarah Larke, Katia Sist and Cassandra Turco Skedline.com As voters head to the polls today, residents in the Etobicoke-Lakeshore area have voiced concerns about issues in their community. “Lakeshore is a mess,” said resident Daniel Pacitto. “They need to clean up the waterfront.” Pacitto, who lives in Mimico,... Read more
Etobicoke’s bike safety rings a bell for Toronto’s 2018 election
Skedline Reporters Clement Goh and Lucas Laporta travel through the busy roads of Etobicoke-Lakeshore to learn about Vision Zero, a plan designed to strengthen relationships between cyclists and vehicles. Read more
Town Hall looks for solutions in Etobicoke’s transit
Neighborhoods from Toronto’s west-end come together with concerns for transit, ahead of outcomes after the city’s 2018 election. Read more
Mammoliti Attack on Social Housing Upsets Ward 7
By: Paula Brown and Raven Smith Skedline.com Ward 7 candidates continue to debate the state of affordable housing in the Humber River Black Creek district. “We need to build more affordable housing, there is no question about that,” said long time Coun. Anthony Perruzza. Perruzza and other candidates continue... Read more
No Green Promises: Ward 3 Councillor Candidates Lack Environmental Platforms
Analysis by Breanne Coulter and Tierney Angus From housing to transportation to supporting local businesses, Ward 3 Etobicoke-Lakeshore councillor candidates have priorities outside of the Lakeshore environment this municipal election. 2018 Election Map: Ward 3 // Toronto Elections Etobicoke-Lakeshore is a community directly affected by pollution due to its proximity... Read more
Vision Zero: Will Election Change Game Plan?
By Lucas Laporta Skedline.com Vision Zero is the five-year plan Toronto City Council approved in 2017 to tackle traffic related fatalities across the city, including, but not limited to, cyclists. Presented by Mayor John Tory, the plan has a goal of reaching zero deaths in Toronto’s streets by 2021.... Read more