Category Archives: Leadership

“Candidate to Watch: Robb Johannes” (via The Grid Toronto)

Thanks to Stephen Spencer Davis of The Grid, who previously discussed Robb’s winning performance at the first mayoral debate in Scarborough, for the following piece: Candidate to watch: Robb Johannes, mayoral hopeful Where you might have seen him: In The Grid, where we … Continue reading

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Mayoral Candidates’ Forum TONIGHT!

Community Living Toronto is hosting a mayoral candidates’ meeting TONIGHT from 6-8pm discussing issues around disabilities, moderated by Steve Paikin. Robb will be on the panel. Metro Hall Rotunda, Main Floor, 55 John Street. RSVP and details here.

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A Wynne for Toronto?

Congratulations to Kathleen Wynne and the Ontario Liberal Party on securing a majority government in last week’s provincial election. It was a night of firsts, as Ms. Wynne is not only the first woman ever elected Premier of Ontario, but … Continue reading

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“Investment in Citizens”: 1 Love T.O. feature

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 … Continue reading

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BREAKING: Rob Ford to “Take a Break” from Campaign

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has allegedly told The Toronto Sun that he is “ready to take a break” from the mayoral election campaign to “go get help” — likely in light of a new video discussed by Robyn Doolittle at her … Continue reading

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“Friends and Neighbours” Event at Clinton’s This Sunday

Join us this Sunday, April 27, at Clinton’s Tavern (693 Bloor Street West) (view map) at 2:00p.m., for the “Friends and Neighbours” variety show. Robb Johannes will be one of the featured guests, giving an interview and Q&A on the event-themed … Continue reading

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Portraits by Lindsay Lauckner

Thanks to Lindsay Lauckner, whose photos of Robb you may have been already on our campaign’s social media. Her project, The Candidates, which profiles the plethora of personalities in Toronto’s 2014 civic election (article by CP24 HERE), took focus on Robb Johannes recently: Running a … Continue reading

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