Posts Filed Under: municipal election 2014
The mayoral candidate calls for "more progressive city taxes" to support children's health and transit.
Snapshots of candidates running for city council in 2014.
First-time candidate will be facing off against incumbent councillor Giorgio Mammoliti in York West.
The former City staffer, who finished a close second to incumbent councillor Frank Di Giorgio in 2010, is making another run.
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.
New data suggests child poverty has now reached "epidemic" levels in the city.
The political newcomer's Ward 3 election campaign is focused on public space and infrastructure development.
Former No Jets T.O. organizer says grassroots credentials set him apart in a crowded downtown race.
Here's what city council will be debating at this month's meeting—the last of the current term.
Olivia Chow, John Tory, and David Soknacki discussed history, the Ontario Municipal Board, and the concept of a Toronto museum.
The candidate and former TTC chair announced her exit at City Hall today.
The TV broadcaster who lost to Paula Fletcher by 259 votes in 2010 takes a second shot at the Ward 30 council seat.
The former MP now seeks a local seat in the area he represented federally for 25 years.
The complex rules and restrictions for contributing to mayoral and council campaigns.
Responding to a U of T report on the City's finances, the mayor played fast and loose with the truth.
In a twist on the traditional election debate, cultural leaders took questions from mayoral candidates about art's place in the city.