The 2010 Civic Election in Toronto was a potent example of what happens where there is a disconnect between candidates and communities. I felt that simply voting in 2014 was not enough. The Robb Not Ford campaign had its nucleus in the principle of civic engagement, and giving citizens of Toronto, especially young voters and citizens otherwise alienated from the political process, a candidate who is a regular citizen and not a career politician – Robb Johannes
Thanks to 1 LOVE T.O. for the feature and Q&A with Robb this week, discussing the emergence of the Robb Not Ford campaign, as well as the need for investment not only in infrastructure but in citizens.
To read the full text, click HERE.