Tag Archives: The Grid

“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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To Not Divide Communities: Skedline Interview

“The mayor is only one vote on council… they do have additional responsibilities to do with your ability to listen and facilitate everybody, to not divide communities… I don’t think there’s anything really all that radical in my campaign. It’s nothing … Continue reading

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Youth Employment Strategy: Part One

Unemployment and underemployment is the number one concern I’ve heard from young people during the campaign. It seems to be getting harder and harder for citizens under 30 to break into the workforce and start their careers. The Grid did a … Continue reading

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Who won this week?

Thanks to The Grid in Toronto, amongst many other media outlets across Canada, for declaring Robb Johannes the winner of last Wednesday’s Toronto Mayoral Forum in the article “Bring the ‘Paign: Robb vs. Rob.” Johannes was articulate, not only in … Continue reading

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