For 23 years, 12 ‘Iron Horses’ that make up a sculpture have been clopping in the distance, lost. However, they’ve made a grand return as Iron Horse 2019.
Zaid Youssef was one of three young men fatally shot Oct. 6 in Toronto. A 15-year-old student from James Cardinal McGuigan Catholic High School and a man in his early 20s were also killed by gunfire. “There is obviously a [gun] issue in Toronto,” said Lekan Olawoye, Ward 12 council candidate.
He has been knocking on doors for years. He knows his pitch very well by now. As he approaches one of the doorsteps at Roxton Road, in Little Italy, he gently knocks on a door and patiently waits for someone to open the door. “Hi there, I’m sorry to bother you,” he said. “My name is Mike Layton, I’m running to be your city councillor. I’m just coming by to say hello and see if there are any issues on your mind.”
A race so close it was almost a tie threw a little excitement into an otherwise uneventful election for Scarborough’s Catholic school board trustees
Ford garnered almost 50 per cent of the vote Monday while George Smitherman and Joe Pantalone garnered 35 per cent and 12 per cent, respectively. In the end, Ford was able to motivate more voters to get out and support him.
Nancy Crawford defeated her competitors with ease, holding on to a steady 50 per cent of the vote in TCDSB Ward 12 (Scarborough) until the end.
Nancy Crawford is leading with 50 per cent of the vote in the Toronto Catholic District School Board race in Ward 12 (Scarborough).