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In his exit speech today, the former candidate said he will not be endorsing anyone in the mayoral race—least of all Ford.
As David Soknacki waited to learn the results of a new poll that would determine whether he'd stay in the race for mayor,
Torontoist spent six hours with him and his team, speaking candidly about the campaign, the state of Toronto politics, and what it feels like to be perpetually in limbo.
Fact-checking, analysis, and updates from the first major debate of the fall election season.
The first poll since Karen Stintz exited the race shows John Tory has retained his position as frontrunner, and Olivia Chow is losing momentum.
In an Ask Me Anything session, the mayoral candidate talked about transit, the police budget, open data, and more.
Olivia Chow, John Tory, and David Soknacki discussed history, the Ontario Municipal Board, and the concept of a Toronto museum.
In a twist on the traditional election debate, cultural leaders took questions from mayoral candidates about art's place in the city.
Mayoral candidate argues that beginning the search while an election is underway raises issues about fairness.
Statistically, it's a dead heat in the mayoral race.
City issues permit for annual barbecue, because it's just a “special event open to the public," not a campaign event.
Mayoral candidate has radical idea to help both cyclists and drivers get around the city.
Mayoral candidates respond to news of another crack video, more inappropriate comments, and Ford's decision to take time away.
David Soknacki clearly wants Toronto to cut loose and kick off its Sunday shoes.
Mayor Ford's opponents insist he must go, but they failed to explain why at the first televised mayoral debate.
Follow along as we fact-check the claims made during the mayoral debate, and determine which ones hold up, and which ones don't pass the smell test.
Short answer: not this time, but she could be playing the long game.
The mayor's main rivals issue statements about newly released police documents—or at least most of them do.