Spirits were high at Jennie Worden’s election night party, even though she was not elected for council in Ward 19 Beaches-East York.
The lack of affordable housing has become a prominent issue for east-end residents in this year’s municipal election campaigns.
With the municipal election coming, Brad Bradford of Beaches-East York is vying for re-election against six other candidates.
Dupuis said she has been interested in provincial politics for a while, as she sees intersection between provincial responsibilities and her experiences as a scientist and an educator.
The drive-thru parade was to take place Saturday, April 3 in the Eglinton GO Station parking lot.
Beach residents just love their dogs and the winter off-leash areas, but not everyone shares the sentiments.
Residents of Ward 19 Beaches-East York attended a debate on Oct. 3 to hear candidates from the four major parties — although only three showed up.
Longtime education activist Michelle Aarts, who was elected the new Ward 16 trustee, says she doesn’t have an interest in politics or political connections.
Carol Burtin Fripp is set to become the 25th recipient of the Agnes Macphail award for her contributions to the Leaside community.
Liberal MPP Arthur Potts is focusing on developing the Main-Danforth intersection as a transit and tourism hub as he prepares for the next provincial elections. First time Conservative candidate Sarah Mallo and a yet-to-be elected NDP candidate will be his main challengers.