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by Karolyn Coorsh on October 15, 2010
Four candidates are trying to topple incumbent councillor Bill Saundercook in Ward 13. With the election around the corner here's a quick review of all the candidates.

Sarah Doucette

Fifteen-year ward resident Sarah Doucette said as councillor, she would turn her...(More)
by Kris Scheuer on October 15, 2010
It was already going to be a packed race, but when longtime York-Centre councillor Mike Feldman announced he wouldn’t be seeking re-election, more candidates jumped on board for Ward 10.

Now, a dizzying dozen people are vying for your vote in Ward 10.

The victor on Oct....(More)
by Staff on October 15, 2010
According to his website, candidate Eric Plant has a degree in international relations, is a licenced health insurance salesman.

On his website he states good planning and a strong municipal government can make a difference in people’s lives.

Among his...(More)
by Lorianna De Giorgio on October 14, 2010
Question:

Willowdale continues to experience a high volume of intensification with commercial and residential development. As Ward 23 councillor, what would you do to balance the needs of residents, developers and city staff?

John...(More)
by Tristan Carter and Shawn Star on October 14, 2010
Reporters Tristan Carter and Shawn Star caught up with residents after the Town Crier's Toronto District School Board Ward 11 debate Oct. 6 to ask them about their thoughts on the issues and the candidates.

Paul Nathanielsz

Who stood...(More)
by Tristan Carter on October 14, 2010
Reporter Tristan Carter caught up with residents after the Town Crier's Ward 22 debate Oct. 6 to ask them about their thoughts on the issues and the candidates.

Mike Madill

Who stood out?

“I was undecided. I think I’m...(More)
by Kris Scheuer on October 14, 2010
It’s the most exciting race in midtown.  

A veteran councillor stepping down after decades of service, and only four candidates gunning to replace him.   

So who will take St. Paul’s Ward 22 come election day?

Chris Sellors has worked in...(More)
by Kris Scheuer on October 14, 2010
Joe Pantalone made two big announcements this morning: First, says he won’t drop out of the race for the city’s top job and second, he says he can deliver a balanced budget in 2011.

“This budget has a number of components in it,” he said. “First of all it has no service cuts. It...(More)
by Tristan Carter on October 14, 2010
Question:

Residents in Rosedale take pride in their older homes and heritage buildings. If elected as Ward 27 councillor, how would you ensure the heritage of the neighbourhood is maintained while ensuring a healthy amount of new development takes place in the...(More)
by Kris Scheuer on October 14, 2010
If we took the city’s pulse, what would it tell us?

Would we get a healthy, hopeful prognosis for Toronto’s future or would we hear a faint heartbeat indicating the city is a mere shadow of its former self?

In some ways, it depends on who you ask. Pricewaterhouse Cooper...(More)
by Joshua Freeman on October 14, 2010
Just five hours after telling a
Town Crier editorial board meeting that he is in the race to win, Rocco Rossi announced he is dropping out of the race to become mayor of Toronto.

“It was a difficult decision, but clearly Torontonians have narrowed it down to a two-person...(More)
by Staff on October 13, 2010
Rocco Rossi dropped out of the mayor's race only hours after telling a Town Crier editorial board meeting that he was in it to win.

With a slim chance of recovering from the latest numbers that positioned the midtown resident as trailing far behind the...(More)
Anonymous on October 1, 2010
by Kris Scheuer on October 13, 2010
Mayoral candidate Rocco Rossi told the Town Crier’s editorial board today his campaign isn’t stumbling but picking up steam.

“I think the choice is clearer and clearer,” he said at the Oct. 13 session.

With all the other candidates, save Joe Pantalone, having released...(More)
by Staff on October 13, 2010
Editor's note: This article has been altered from its original version. Contrary to what was previously stated in the article, Councillor ShelleyCarroll is not currently pursuing the role of budget chief if elected to the 2010-14 term, and further stated that if re-elected she will...(More)
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