Tory has been elected Toronto’s next mayor

John Tory has been elected as Toronto’s 65th Mayor.

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Emma Schatochin reports from Twentieth Street Junior School, a polling station in Etobicoke’s ward 6, to speak with voters about who they see fit as Toronto’s mayor and why they believe it is important for everyone to hit the polls.   Read more
Voter apathy

Voter apathy

Archive 2014 Oct 24, 2014

Ward 1 Etobicoke North 2014 Toronto Election Profile

A profile of the issues facing the ward and of the candidates for council election.

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Profile: Olivia Chow’s push for Toronto’s top job
Olivia Chow, a longtime NDP MP, Toronto city councilor and the widow of former NDP leader Jack Layton, is one of the leading candidates seeking to replace Mayor Rob Ford. As the mayoral election comes to a close, the race to be Toronto’s future mayor couldn’t be more heated,... Read more
Farrow pitches different Ward 30
“Change is coming, it’s going to happen. It’s started.” Jane Farrow believes change is the future for her ward and for her city. Following a tumultuous four years at City Hall, the Ward 30 candidate says Torontonians are fed up with gridlock on the streets and gridlock in the council... Read more
Nick Di Nizio looks to unseat controversial incumbent Giorgio Mammoliti
He’s going up against one of the longest sitting members of Toronto City Council. But Nick Di Nizio is not afraid. ‘‘It’s going to be a slug out right until the end. And it might get dirty and it might get bad, but we are ready for that. We... Read more
Taking on Goliath: Ward 2 candidates challenge Ford
“I’m with Rob Ford,” says an elderly woman, peering through her cracked open doorway.  Andray Domise doesn’t miss a beat, and launches into the same speech he’s delivered over and over already this day. “That’s okay, I have nothing against him personally but I think this community can do... Read more
With incumbents gone, runners-up eye open council seats
One hundred and nine votes. Justin Di Ciano lost his 2010 bid for Toronto City Council by just 109 votes. ‘‘The way the election ended last time with a re-count, it wasn’t how we wanted it to end. A lot of people thought we won. Then they woke up... Read more
Chatting with Kristyn Wong-Tam about the 2010-14 term & the future
by: Aeryn Pfaff Kristyn Wong-Tam, incumbent councillor for Ward 27 (Toronto Centre-Rosedale) talks to Skedline about her effectiveness as a public servant, Barbara Hall Park, Mayor Rob Ford and the upcoming election. Read more