Toronto Mayoral Election

Think of Toronto As Your Broadway Set For The Upcoming Municipal Elections

Shane Feldman | Posted 10.22.2014 | Canada Politics
Shane Feldman

The Producers are there to make sure that all the needs of every part of the show are met. If our stage is the City of Toronto, the Producers are our City Councillors. These are the individuals, who are chosen by you to be your voice and ensure your needs are met. They vow to work tirelessly to give you the opportunity to do your very best on the City of Toronto stage.

Toronto Election Draws Record Numbers

CBC | Posted 10.20.2014 | Canada Politics

A record number of voters took advantage of advance polls last week to cast their vote in the Toronto municipal election. By Sunday morning 124,000 ...

How Youth Could Make or Break the Toronto Election

Rob Henderson | Posted 10.15.2014 | Canada Politics
Rob Henderson

With the election a mere two weeks away, all candidates have a real opportunity to improve their standing by focusing on youth voters. When the survey was conducted, two out of three of the youth voters polled, stated they were very likely or definitely voting in the upcoming election with public transit, the economy and youth unemployment being the issues that are most important to them.

Doug Ford Booed After Question On Brother's Anti-Semitic Remarks

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 10.06.2014 | Canada Politics

Mayoral candidate Doug Ford drew fire from audience and opponents after refusing to address his brother’s anti-Semitic comments at Sunday night's de...

Ex-Election Rival Makes Big Claim About Ford Campaigns

CBC | Posted 10.03.2014 | Canada Politics

David Soknacki may have dropped out of the race, but he's still criticizing Toronto's current mayor and his brother. Back in September, fo...

Ford Launches Rhyming Attack Ads

CBC | Posted 09.30.2014 | Canada Politics

Doug Ford is calling out John Tory's political record and his proposed transit plan in a pair of new radio ads. Both ads begin with the words &...

It's 2014 And Gay Politicians Are Still Getting Letters Like This

The Huffington Post Canada | Zi-Ann Lum | Posted 09.25.2014 | Canada Politics

A Toronto city councillor refuses to be quiet about a “homophobic, racist, sexist” letter she received from an apparent Ford Nation supporter. ...

Chow Letter Has Hamilton Man Scratching His Head

CBC | Posted 09.19.2014 | Canada Politics

A Hamilton man is trying to figure out why Olivia Chow’s mayoral campaign keeps asking him for donations in the mail – especially considering he c...

Poll: Tory Holds 'Significant' Lead Over Ford

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 09.04.2014 | Canada Politics

A new Nanos Research poll pegs Toronto mayoral candidate John Tory as the leader of the pack, holding a “significant advantage” before October’s...

John Tory's Massive Flip-Flop Proves He's Not Mayoral Material

Jamey Heath | Posted 07.30.2014 | Canada Politics
Jamey Heath

Remember when John Tory's top priority was a subway relief line? He was so keen about building the Yonge Street Relief Line. So very keen, he often sounded like Rob Ford, demonizing Olivia for wanting a mix of above- and below-ground rail. Irrespective of expert advice, he vowed to start "immediately," because it's "job one." Ah, the clarity of yesterday, as printed in the Toronto Star on April 4: "I said at my [campaign] launch I would make the Yonge Street Relief Line priority number one. And I meant it." Not so. Now there's a new priority and faster than you can say Eurasia was never at war with Oceania, yesterday's priority is gone. Poof.

The Show Goes On Without Ford

CBC | Posted 07.26.2014 | Canada Politics

A roundtable discussion took place at city hall on Monday night involving nine people seeking to be the next mayor of Toronto. Each of the particip...

Benz To Conquer?

Huffington Post Canada | Christian Cotroneo | Posted 05.28.2014 | Canada Politics

The competition in Toronto's mayoral race may be getting a little more, err.. competitive. Adult film actress Nikki Benz has declared her political...

What Ford Supporters Get Wrong About Olivia Chow

Jamey Heath | Posted 06.08.2014 | Canada Politics
Jamey Heath

It's hard to know where to start with Mitch Wolfe's piece. But polling basics is as good as any. To support his random chats in coffee shops, which he says show Olivia's support eroding, he cites a Forum Research poll. All polls have a margin of error. Every poll I've seen says one thing, very clearly. Our city wants a new mayor. That's why Olivia has been able to hold three large events. The three largest events of any campaign so far. It's why online engagement with Olivia's campaign is growing exponentially. And it's why there are lots of volunteers, in all corners of the city.

Chow Steals Page From Ford Playbook

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 04.03.2014 | Canada Politics

It seems Toronto mayoral hopeful Olivia Chow is taking a page out of Rob Ford’s political playbook by bringing her campaign to the attention of inte...

Why Fiscally Responsible Torontonians Won't Vote For John Tory

Mitch Wolfe | Posted 04.28.2014 | Canada
Mitch Wolfe

Tory's best hope for victory is that he must go after Chow's downtown support immediately. Let me throw another log on the fire. My thesis is not only that the right has abandoned Tory, and will not vote for him in significant numbers, but that Tory has actively shifted left to go after mushy Liberal support. In other words, John Tory, in the first days of his campaign, has revealed himself to be, what many of us true fiscal conservatives, have long suspected: that John Tory is a mushy downtown Liberal elitist in Tory clothing.

Chow Still Coy About Toronto Mayoral Bid

CBC | Posted 04.19.2014 | Canada Politics

More than two dozen people have filled out the necessary papers to run for mayor of Toronto this fall, including Mayor Rob Ford who is seeking re-elec...