municipal elections

Blog
Sep 30, 2011

Gregor Robertson's riot, part three

Chris Shaw
The latest FOI release on the Stanley Cup riot responds to various queries about how the City of Vancouver did, or didn't, prepare for a potential riot.
Blog
Dec 7, 2010

Ford scraps Toronto light rail transit system

John Bonnar
In his first day in office, mayor Ford cancelled Transit City light rail lines and ordered TTC chief Gary Webster to develop a new transit plan that included subways and more buses.
Podcast
Dec 2, 2010

OCAP challenges the Rob Ford agenda

John Bonnar Audio Blog
As Rob Ford began his first day as the new mayor of Toronto, OCAP wasted no time in accusing him of embarking upon a Mike Harris agenda.
Blog
Dec 3, 2010

Single mother feels ignored by City Hall

John Bonnar
On Wednesday afternoon, Sabrina Gopaul addresses a crowd of 150 anti-Ford allies. It's Ford's first day in office as the newly elected mayor of Toronto, but Gopaul's got little reason to celebrate.
Podcast
Nov 10, 2010
Redeye

Rob Ford and the rise of the municipal right

Redeye
On Oct. 25, Toronto residents elected Rob Ford as mayor in an election that saw a higher than usual voter turnout. He ran on a platform of cutting social spending and taxes.
Podcast
Nov 6, 2010
Redeye

Why Naheed Nenshi won in Calgary

Redeye
Calgary's new mayor used social media to communicate with voters and vowed to end divisive politics at City Hall. In return, he was voted in with the highest voter turnout in recent memory.

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