The need for accessible and safe housing and accommodation for the disabled, and women with special needs are major concerns facing women ahead of the provincial election, one advocate says.
Access to mental health care is a key issue for many young, first-time Scarborough voters in the upcoming June 2 provincial election. As young people continue to deal with the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic…
Find out what changes each provincial party would make to Scarborough public transit like GO and the TTC in the upcoming election.
How voters in this riding feel about how the pandemic was handled could make the difference in the election.
Liberal red swept across all 25 Toronto city ridings in this year’s federal election and it may be thanks to Ontario’s Conservative premier.
Climate change initiatives and the Trans Mountain Pipeline were two of the many topics discussed during the debate between the Toronto-Centre candidates for the upcoming election.
Beaches-East York has been represented by Liberal Party MPP Arthur Potts since he won election in 2014. Two women are hoping to cut his career at Queen’s Park to four years with the provincial election in June.
How Canadians actually choose their federal government got a full airing at Tuesday night’s all-candidates meeting in the Toronto-Danforth riding. Candidates contesting the riding offered their views about replacing the traditional “first-past-the-post” election with proportional representation. The latter would see percentage divisions in the electorate represented in the House of Commons.
Grant Gordon says he isn’t ready to hang up his political skates just yet. The first-time Liberal Party candidate lost the March 19 Toronto-Danforth federal byelection to fellow rookie politician Craig Scott, who held onto the riding for the New Democratic Party. “For me this is just like losing a hockey game,” Gordon said. “But this is just the first game … of a series.”
The new MP for Toronto-Danforth credits the youth vote for his victory Monday night. The Opera House on Queen Street East in Toronto was packed with New Democratic Party (NDP) supporters, Monday night, to celebrate Craig Scott’s victory in the federal byelection; he earned just short of 60 per cent of the vote. Runner up, Grant Gordon of the Liberal party earned just under 30 per cent of the votes.