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News | Jan 10, 2017
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Ward 42 candidate removes website selfies with John Tory, three MPs

Note to aspiring politicians and their volunteers in Toronto: Getting a selfie with someone is not the same as getting an...

Scarborough Mirror | by Mike Adler
News | Jan 04, 2017
Hratch Aynedjian campaign office

They're off: 29 people try for Raymond Cho's old job on Toronto council

It’s like the floodgates opened. After 25 years with Raymond Cho as councillor, people in his ward can choose one of 29...

Scarborough Mirror | by Mike Adler
News | Dec 14, 2016
Ferduse Bari

Ward 42 byelection in Scarborough already crowded with candidates

The Ward 42 byelection is crowded already. As of this week, there were 17 candidates running to replace ex-councillor...

Scarborough Mirror
News | Dec 02, 2016
PC Raymond Cho takes Scarborough-Rouge River

Former Toronto councillor Doug Ford not running in Scarborough

Rumors of Doug Ford’s candidacy in Ward 42 were greatly exaggerated. Ford, who represented Ward 2 between 2010 and 2014...

Etobicoke Guardian | by David Nickle
News | Nov 14, 2016
Anti-Trump rally

Second anti-Trump rally planned for Nathan Phillips Square

Torontonians are planning a large-scale protest against the rhetoric used in the election campaign of U.S. president-elect...

City Centre Mirror
News | Nov 10, 2016
Ward 42 byelection called

Byelection coming to fill Scarborough's empty Ward 42 council seat

A winter byelection will fill a seat left vacant by Raymond Cho in Scarborough-Rouge River on Feb. 13, Toronto City Council...

Scarborough Mirror
Nov 01, 2016

Filling Raymond Cho's Scarborough seat a problem for Toronto council

How and when to fill the chair Raymond Cho left vacant on Toronto City Council is leading to a closely watched decision...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment | by Mike Adler
Oct 25, 2016

Joe Oliver to challenge Monte Kwinter for York Centre seat

Former federal finance minister Joe Oliver is throwing his hat into the provincial political ring. Oliver, who lost his...

North York Mirror | Add Comment
Oct 25, 2016

Joe Oliver to run for Ontario Tories in 2018 election

Former federal finance minister will seek the provincial PC party nomination in York Centre

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Robert Benzie
Aug 26, 2016

Scarborough MPs will host public meetings on changing how Canada votes

Canada’s new government is looking at changing the country’s voting system, and Liberal MPs in Scarborough are asking...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment
Aug 23, 2016

Scarborough-Rouge River struggles with voter apathy as provincial riding byelection looms

At a table in Malvern Town Centre’s food court, Edward Molai is explaining why he won’t vote. He lives in a Neilson Road...

Scarborough Mirror | 1 Comment | by Mike Adler
Aug 22, 2016

Eleven on the provincial byelection ballot in Scarborough-Rouge River

Eleven people will be on the ballot when voters in Scarborough-Rouge River select a new MPP on Sept. 1. The most likely...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment
Aug 03, 2016

Scarborough-Rouge River provincial byelection set for Sept. 1 as candidates stake positions

Scarborough-Rouge River voters will choose on Sept. 1 between a local councillor, their public school trustee, and the party...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment | by Mike Adler
Aug 03, 2016

BREAKING NEWS: Provincial byelection in Scarborough-Rouge River to be on Sept. 1

A byelection to replace the veteran MPP Bas Balkissoon in Scarborough-Rouge River will be held Sept. 1, Ontario Premier...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment
Jul 31, 2016

Liberal, PC, NDP candidates for Scarborough-Rouge River campaign during Joythi Festival

At the Joythi Festival, Ontario’s three biggest political parties offered passers-by free face-painting, chocolates and...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment | by Mike Adler
Jul 25, 2016

ETOBICOKE VOTES: Michael Ford keeps Ford Nation stranglehold on Ward 2 Toronto city council seat

Ford Nation turned out at the polls in full force today, sending Michael Ford to Toronto City Council with a strong mandate...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment | by Cynthia Reason

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