Of Toronto’s 44 wards, 10 are in Scarborough. Here’s a cheat sheet of some of the basics on each.
A beaming Raymond Cho could hardly contain himself. “Of course I’m excited,” the councillor said upon learning of his re-election in Ward 42 on Oct. 25. Cho won with 53 per cent of the vote,…
There were tears, hugs, handshakes and big smiles at Ward 42 candidate Neethan Shan’s election HQ Monday night. Shan took second place behind 19-year incumbent councillor Raymond Cho.
Raymond Cho, a 19-year veteran of municipal politics, coasted back to city hall with 53.6 per cent of the vote.
Cho has commanding lead after 30 minutes.
Raymond Cho is currently leading the polls for Ward 42 with 55.2% of the votes with a total of 3770 votes.
In a dimly lit room in a quaint gastro pub, 12 council candidates from across the city met to talk money. Toronto’s money, that is.
Vote Leon Saul for city councillor for Ward 42. Why? I don’t know. Just don’t vote Raymond Cho.
Seems someone forgot to tell the City of Toronto there are at-risk youth in Scarborough, or so says Leon Saul.
With the election a week away, the next city council will shape Scarborough for the next four years. Ward 42 council candidates talk to the Toronto Observer about six major issues affecting residents in the ward.