Voter Information

With less than a week left before advance polls open, and 18 days before election day, you might be wondering what your voting options are, who is running in your ward, and which ward you actually live in. Given the confusion over the last few weeks, many people are understandably still not clear. You can …

Some Facts About Me

Many people have been asking me about the journey that led to me running for TDSB trustee. What is it about me that qualifies me for this job? Here are a few highlights: * For fifteen years, I ran the Light of DAE Studios, a not-for-profit venture aimed at helping at-risk youth. During this time, …

Back And Forth – And Back Again

So what exactly is going on with this election? This question has been front and centre in Toronto for several weeks now. To recap: The original plan was to run the election on a 47-ward model. This number was decided upon after two years of review and consultation, and it survived a court challenge. School …

Bill 5 Struck Down – But The Saga Continues

Early this morning, Justice Edward Belobaba struck down the provisions in Bill 5 that would have reduced the size of Toronto’s city council from 47 to 25 seats. He stated the same thing that many Torontonians have been feeling: that the hasty introduction of Bill 5 with no consultation, and in the middle of an …

TDSB Ward 22 Boundaries

After the kerfuffle surrounding the upcoming election, the bill proposed by Premier Doug Ford to cut the number of Toronto city councillors to 25 and redraw the wards accordingly has been passed. The Toronto city clerk has notified candidates that the election, which will still be held on October 22nd, will be conducted for 25 …