Tag Archives: Etobicoke

Ward 3: Peter Fenech, Policy Over Politics

His tag line says it all: “Policy over Politics.” I’ve had the pleasure of spending time with Ward 3 (Etobicoke Centre) candidate Peter Fenech, who astutely points out that the only proposed expanded transit line through his ward is a … Continue reading

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Ward 1: Idil Burale, Right Next Door to Ford

Opening her website with the familiar-to-this-campaign adage “Ward 1 deserves better,” Somali-Canadian activist and community advocate Idil Burale has been running a progressive campaign against Ford-loyalist Vincent Crisanti in Ward 1 (Etobicoke North) — right next door to Doug Ford’s … Continue reading

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Ward 2: Andray Domise, The Candidate Who Will Beat Rob Ford

On September 12, 2014, minutes before the deadline to withdraw or enter the Toronto civic election, the Ford brothers staged a needlessly dramatic game of musical chairs straight out of an after-school special: Mayor Rob Ford, battling addictions recovery, and now a cancerous tumour … Continue reading

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