2018 Municipal Election
The 2018 Municipal Election is scheduled for October 22, 2018.
In many respects, municipal governments are the level of government closest to the people. Their actions affect us daily be it through the provision of transit, fire and police services; water, sewage and garbage collection; or defining how development proceeds within our city.
SAHRA believes that having a strong councillor voice will be critical for the future of our community. As a result, we encourage everyone to take the time to learn about the candidates and most importantly, vote on Election Day.
What our Ward 8 (Eglinton-Lawrence) needs in a councillor…
- A FACILITATOR. Someone who is responsive to and works with constituents and residents’ associations in matters affecting the Ward.
- An ADVOCATE. Someone who understands residents’ issues and priorities and can convincingly present them to City Council.
- A SPOKESPERSON. Someone who is recognized across the city and beyond as a credible voice for the constituents of the Ward.
- A VISIONARY. Someone who considers the complex issues that face our Ward and city, and develops positive solutions.
- An ACHIEVER. Someone with initiative who works hard to make positive things happen for the community.
In the coming weeks, as you consider the various candidates, we hope you keep these attributes in mind.
Global News Mayor Debate Sept 25th at 4:00 p.m.
The debate, which takes place today at 4 p.m., is the first to be held by a major broadcaster in Toronto ahead of the 2018 municipal election. The program will air live on Global News Radio 640 Toronto and will also be streamed live on Globalnews.ca. You’ll also be able to check out the highlights on Global News at 5:30 and 6 p.m.
See further details on Global News.ca.
“Candidates for City Council” meeting Oct 2nd 7-9 pm
The Lytton Park Residents’ Organization is hosting a “Candidates for City Council” meeting at Eglinton St. George’s United Church, 35 Lytton Blvd. on Tuesday, October 2, 2018 from 7 to 9 pm. Participating Candidates will be those running for the position of city councillor in Eglinton Lawrence. Those running for School Board Trustees will also be present, but will not participate. See LPRO’s Event Flyer.