Toronto voters will elect a Mayor, forty-four Councillors, twenty-two Public School Trustees, and twelve Catholic School Trustees.On October 27, Toronto voters will elect a Mayor, forty-four Councillors, twenty-two Public School Trustees, and twelve Catholic School Trustees. Together, they will make decisions over the next four years that affect the lives of every Toronto resident.
Social Planning Toronto is committed to promoting civic engagement – giving residents a greater say in the decisions that will determine the kind and quality of services we receive from our city and our schools, as well as how and what we pay for them.
There are a lot of candidates, a lot of issues – it can all be a bit confusing. Social Planning Toronto has developed a series of fact sheets on key election issues, conducted a survey of all candidates for Mayor, Councillor, and Public School Trustee, and identified a range of other resources to help Toronto residents make informed decisions in this election campaign. We hope you find it a useful resource, and that it will help make you a more engaged, informed, and motivated participant in Municipal Election 2014!
– Social Planning Toronto