Posts Filed Under: “Olivia Chow”
Her campaign has been disappointing, but her platform and her values would serve Toronto best. Here is why Olivia Chow deserves your vote.
After ten months, it's time for one of the last major debates of the 2014 election. Follow along!
Although the city faces major challenges regarding child care, the issue has been largely neglected.
Thousands of seniors and people with disabilities rely on the TTC to get around, but it doesn't have the funding to meet its accessibility requirements.
A plan that considers our overall network, but lacking the scope and ambition to tackle our deepest transit problems.
In an open letter to
Now Magazine, the mayoral candidate says she's not a smooth talker with a "grand scheme" but would get things done as mayor.
Olivia Chow is in third place as her campaign appears to be losing steam.
Highlights and low blows—and some actual policy, too.
Olivia Chow's support falls slightly, but she remains in second place.
In an Ask Me Anything session, the mayoral candidate talked about transit, the waterfront, vote-splitting, and more.
The mayoral candidates talked about the mayor's health, his decision to run for council, and their new election opponent.
After a failed run for MP in Trinity-Spadina, the activist and former Olivia Chow staffer is setting his sights on municipal government.
Fact-checking, analysis, and updates from the first major debate of the fall election season.
The mayoral candidate calls for "more progressive city taxes" to support children's health and transit.
The first poll since Karen Stintz exited the race shows John Tory has retained his position as frontrunner, and Olivia Chow is losing momentum.
Olivia Chow, John Tory, and David Soknacki discussed history, the Ontario Municipal Board, and the concept of a Toronto museum.