Incumbent vs. incumbent: Key races to watch in Toronto's 25-ward election
Victoria Gibson | The Globe & Mail
Sep 20, 2018 7:51 PM
With the Ontario government winning a court decision in its battle to cut Toronto city council from 47 seats to 25, many long-time councillors now find themselves facing off against other incumbents ahead of the Oct. 22 municipal vote. Almost every one of the new, larger wards will feature two incumbents running against each other. Some candidates have already stepped away, allowing their colleagues to run unhindered by another incumbent, such as Councillor Sarah Doucette, who would have had to …
It would be irresponsible if Ontario didn't postpone Toronto's municipal election
[Angela Wright | Opinion Piece |MacLeans.ca]
Sep 17, 2018 11:40 AM
Opinion: For the sake of stability and an election driven by actual civic issues, Ontario needs to delay the voting for Toronto city council. Here’s how...
Sep 17, 2018 11:35 AM
Doug Ford’s attack on the 2018 municipal elections has made it clear that neither constitutional convention nor the Charter of Rights and Freedoms will stop him and his government.