- Incumbent vs. incumbent: Key races to watch in Toronto's 25-ward election Victoria Gibson | The Globe & Mail
- It would be irresponsible if Ontario didn't postpone Toronto's municipal election [Angela Wright | Opinion Piece |MacLeans.ca]
- Toronto Election 2018: Who should have control of Toronto? [David Miller for NOW Magazine]
- Toronto City Council Shows Backbone Against Province [Andre Bermon | Toronto Renewal Council Project]
- Election Insights: 22 Incumbents Early to Register for 25 Wards [ Cara Melbye | Toronto Council Renewal Project ]
- CBC Analysis: If Toronto council is dysfunctional, don't blame the size — blame Giorgio Mammoliti [ Matt Elliott | CBC News | August 26, 2018 ]
- WANTED: Part-time, short-term fundraiser
- Toronto city hall exploring options to fight Ford's council cut [Dave Rider, City Hall Bureau Chief, Toronto Star]
- Fewer elected officials - not a good way for Toronto City Hall to save money [Josef Filipowicz, Senior Policy Analyst, Fraser Institute]
- Strong local democracy is worth fighting for [Shawn Micallef, Toronto Star Columnist]
Who is the TCRP?
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Insights into City Hall Politics....
The Toronto Council Renewal Project ...
is a key element in the campaign to elect progressive councillors.
The project is run by several dedicated volunteers who are concerned that many of the serious issues facing the city are not being adequately addressed.
We hope to ensure the election of more councillors who are determined to promote good transit, poverty reduction, environmental sustainability, equity... what one might call progressive councillors.
HOW CAN WE WIN.....