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Foibles, quips, and town pride—how the "Mayor of All the People" brought the human touch to City Hall.
From women to tenants to 18-year-olds—the evolution of the city's voting rights since 1834.
A stubborn scrapper who declared, "If anyone’s going to stab me in the back, I want to be there."
The 1966 East York municipal election saw two female incumbents, Beth Nealson and True Davidson, run for mayor.
In which a future mayor gets whacked on the nose by his future opponent.
A populist who never met a hand he wouldn't shake.
A social reformer who championed an underground transit system decades before the subway was built.
As the city marks its 180th birthday, a look back at its beginnings and how it got its name.
Allowing non-citizens to vote in local elections isn't new—it's happened throughout Canada's history.
How Canadian viewers watched American presidential-election coverage in the age before livestreams.
Residents in in Don Valley East and Scarborough-Agincourt have until 8 p.m. to cast their ballots for new school board trustees.
Promises of coloured margarine, demonizing drink, and men of action in a gallery of past provincial election ads.
In a time when the right to vote was exclusively male, Margaret Haile was determined to be the first woman to earn a seat at Queen's Park.