2010 Municipal Election

Toronto municipal election, October 25 2010

Ward 18 Election Results

The 2010 municipal election is finally over, after many months of non-stop campaigning. It sure was fun to watch, at times, and there were some heated moments in the Mayoral and Ward 18 Councillor races right down to the final moments of voting. Now it's time to look forward to what our new elected officials will bring us. Here are the local results taken from The City of Toronto's election results page:

Upcoming Ward 18 Debate in the JT - Help Wanted

The South Perth and Sterling Road Residents Association is organizing another Ward 18 All Candidates debate, to be held on Perth Ave. This should be an excellent opportunity to hear from the candidates and help local Junction Triangle residents come closer to making a decision before the election. The organizers are looking for help, especially with coming up with a list of questions from the community, as well as finding an appropriate moderator. See the message below.

I have a favour to ask, The South Perth and Sterling Road Residents Association is hosting a final All Candidates Meeting on October the 14th at the Church of the First Born on Perth Avenue starting at 6:30, so far most all candidates have replied to a call for attendance.

I am looking for community based questions that can be presented and would like to get questions submitted to an email address set up just for this purpose, I'm not looking for questions from anonymous people and I would like the questions to be able to be asked of all candidates, so questions from people who can provide me with a name and call back # will get priority as I want to make sure that the question is clear (only I will have who the question is from and their contact info and I will call them a few days ahead to make sure that the question is clear!) I am looking for issues that residents of ward 18 are looking to get answers to (Maybe even some questions that have not yet been addressed).

I am also open to suggestions for a moderator, I have made a request of 1 potential moderator from outside of the riding but am open to other volunteers who may wish to contact me and let me know why they would want to be the moderator.

Please address questions & Moderator suggestions to :


Ward 18 Election Debate on Rogers TV

Dale Goldhawk will be hosting a Ward 18 council debate on Wednesday September 29th, 8-9PM. You can tune in to Rogers TV live, or you can maybe watch it online too.

It appears that Rogers TV is posting all of their election debates online, so you can watch it later even if you don't catch it live.

From the Rogers TV Local Campaign website:

Mayor's Debate - Thursday in Ward 18

The Queen West BIA is hosting a Mayor's Debate this Thursday, September 9th at the Gladstone Hotel (1214 Queen West). The event starts with a meet and greet at 5 p.m. followed by the candidates Question and Answers session at 6 p.m.

The event is being streamed online and has three media moderators participating in the event - Marcus Gee from the Globe and Mail, Julie King from CanadaOne.com and Rick Spence of the Financial Post. The participation of three journalists promises to bring some balance to the discussion of entrepreneurship, small and medium sized businesses.

Junction Triangle Municipal Election Issues Forum: Summary and Photos

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On Thursday, August 26th 2010, Boo' Radley's on Dupont St. hosted the Junction Triangle Municipal Election Issues Forum. This was a somewhat different take on an All Candidates meeting: Instead of a slate of candidates up on a stage talking down to an audience, this event encouraged candidates and voters to mingle amongst each other, having one-on-one conversations.

Six out of the ten registered candidates attended: Ana Bailao, Kevin Beaulieu, Doug Carroll, Nha Le, Joe MacDonald, and Hema Vyas. I didn't count, but I would roughly guess that about sixty residents came out.

I personally think the event went extremely well. Speaking with other neighbours at the event, it seemed there was a consensus that the event was worthwhile, and that voters had a good chance to learn more about the candidates. Thanks to the organizers, the Junction Triangle Rail Committee, and the gracious hosts Mike and Shelley from Boo Radley's.

Read on for a few more comments and photos. Also, be sure to check Tomasz Bugajski's article on BlogTO:
Drinks with the candidates for Ward 18

Mayoral Candidates Debate in Ward 18

The following meeting information is provided by the organizers:

Mayoral Candidates Debate
Rob Ford, Joe Pantalone, Rocco Rossi, George Smitherman, Sarah Thomson

MODERATOR: Sue-Ann Levy/City Hall Bureau-Toronto Sun

Active 18 "All Candidates Smackdown"

Active 18, a community group based in the southern end of Ward 18, are planning another All Candidates meeting.

When: September 13, 6 - 8 pm
Where: Theatre Centre, (Queen/Dovercourt - side entrance).

More details are on the Active 18 website.

Planning Smackdown!

Active 18 is hosting an All Candidates Debate for prospective councillors in Ward 18.
The Planning "Smackdown" takes place at:

Theatre Centre
Queen West / Dovercourt Rd (1087 Queen St. W)

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