Diane Dyson’s first run as city councilor wasn’t what she expected. She doesn’t know her ward, her competition or her budget, but she does know one thing about this election — “it’s making voter’s heads spin.”
Of Toronto’s 44 wards, 10 are in Scarborough. Here’s a cheat sheet of some of the basics on each.
This is the biggest item that will come across the desk of a councillor and the most important issue facing Toronto
After months of emotional debate, City Hall’s executive committee heard from over 200 deputations during a 20-hour marathon meeting that wrapped up early Tuesday morning.
Mayor Rob Ford and his 13-member committee heard from many Torontonians about proposed service cuts.
Michael Thompson wants to take the wheel at the TTC and steer a better route for Scarborough commuters.
Despite initial confusion that left Scarborough residents scratching their heads, a new City of Toronto harmonized zoning bylaw will not affect the 61 per cent of Scarborough homeowners.
While the majority of Scarborough councillors opted to endorse changes this election, Scarborough Centre residents voted to keep more of the same.
Ward 37 incumbent Michael Thompson is returning to city hall on a tidal wave of support. He won with 84 per cent of the vote.
Thompson takes 80 per cent of vote to return to council.
Thompson sweeps back into office with 10 times more votes than his closest rival.