Where do I vote? For more information about the voting process, click here
When is that construction going to end? Great news! Residents of Scarborough-Rouge Park, many of you have asked about recent or ongoing infrastructure projects happening in the ward. The city has created an online map of projects, details and duration. Click the link for details - https://map.toronto.ca/toinview/
Why should I choose you over the other candidates? I am a socially progressive centrist. I have worked as a Community Advocate for over 20 years and within that time reviewed and made recommendations on City of Toronto policies and their affects on our city. Vote Compass is a tool developed by political scientists that calculates how your views compare with mine, click here to try it out .
What does a City Councillor do? Councillors have the dual responsibility of serving the best interest of the City (such as not running a deficit that will require interest payments) which represents the voters collectively and to identify, speak to and act on the needs of the voters.
City Council is responsible for debating how programs and services are funded within the City. Items governed by the city include: daycare subsidies, recreation programs, policing, tree planting & removal, garbage and recycling, street maintenance water treatment, where new buildings can be created and funded by homeowners, co-ops and apartment property taxes.
What Ward do I live in now? Ward 25 is the largest geographic ward in the City. From the North it begins at Steeles, to the East at Pickering Town Line, South to Lake Ontario and West to Morningside Avenue and further west to Neilson Avenue above the 401. Neighbourhoods include Malvern, Morningside Heights, Dean Park, West Rouge, The Rouge, Highland Creek, Port Union and West Hill.
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Are you participating in any debates? Yes.