"It is my intention to see carding cancelled permanently," Tory told reporters at a news conference on Sunday.
Debate over the practice — in which police stop and question residents and then record details of the interaction in a database even when no criminal activity took place — has gripped the city in recent months.
In January, then-Toronto Police chief Bill Blair placed a moratorium on the practice.
However, new Chief Mark Saunders insisted in a recent interview with CBC News that carding is legal and "does enhance community safety."
More to come