“Elected!” Kennedy and volunteer Michelle Andreoli declared in unison as the final results were announced.
Davis ended up with 12,697 votes — 9,674 more than closest contender George Papadakis, who had 3,023 votes, or 14 per cent of the total.
During her time as trustee, Dandy has helped create the late-start high school program to accommodate teenage “biorhythms,” as well as three new French immersion sites. She’s also fought school closings and arranged Red Cross babysitting courses for young people in Toronto-Danforth.
Trinity-Spadina has been a hot political battleground this year. In June, residents voted in both the provincial election and the federal by-election. On Oct. 27, residents cast their ballots in the Toronto municipal election. Deciding who to vote for was no easy task. Along with a highly competitive mayoral race, there were 22 candidates vying to […]
There’s a new councillor in Ward 5 who has promised to make the revitalization of the Six Points Plaza a priority. Justin Di Ciano handily won Etobicoke-Lakeshore with roughly 15,000 votes. Di Ciano’s closest opponent, Kinga Surma, finished with slightly less than 3,800 votes. The Ward 5 seat had been occupied by interim councillor James Maloney since Peter Milczyn gave […]
Council candidate Jim Karygiannis edged out his opponents with a victory in Ward 39 Scarborough-Agincourt. Coun. Mike Del Grande had previously held the position but announced in February that he would not run again. Karygiannis tallied 9,438 votes, beating out his closest opponent Franco Ng, who finished with 2,950.
Michelle Berardinetti celebrated her second win in Ward 35-Scarborough Southwest Monday night. “There is always great competition in this ward but I was hopeful and confident running on my previous record. I knew residents would be supportive [of me] because I fought very hard for them these past four years,” Berardinetti said. “I am very […]
Cheers rang out at the Longest Yard, a restaurant in Etobicoke Centre, as election results came in. With victory secured, John Campbell, the new councillor of Ward 4, celebrated with close friends, family and volunteers. The former chair of the Toronto District School Board beat out his opponents for councillor, winning with 8,227 votes. Niels Christensen followed […]
Cheering erupted at Paula Fletcher’s campaign party in Greektown as televisions announced the incumbent councillor’s victory in Ward 30. This will be her fourth term representing the Toronto-Danforth area. Having only surpassed her right-leaning opponent Liz West by 300 votes last election, and with West running against her again, there was the possibility of another close race […]