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There are a variety of issues surrounding these elections and there is a lot of information on the internet about these issues.  Select a link below to view the information that you want to learn more about.

We have just days left to the Oct. 25 election, and it’s time to get

Information from CUPE Ontario and locals:

Read the letter from CUPE Ontario about the importance of the Municipal & School Board Elections

A brief letter on the importance of this election and information on some of the issues surrounding it

“Who’s best for mayor?”  An open letter to CUPE Ontario members in Toronto from President Fred Hahn

Ottawa-Carleton CUPE local 503’s Municipal Elections ‘Report Card’ which can help inform local residents on how their candidates view the issues

Support for Joe Pantalone is growing and Strategic Voting in the Toronto Mayoral race is being rejected.  Read more about your Toronto Mayoral candidate here.

Information from Partner Organizations:

Read the letter about results from the Public Transit Coalition and find out how Toronto city councilors feel about the TTC

Read the report card from the Public Transit Coalition about how the leading mayoral candidates stand on public transit

the only candidate to offer support to tenants.  Read the Federation of
Metro Tenants Associations press release and report card.

The Toronto Environmental Alliance has released their report card for
grading the Toronto mayoral candidates on the environment. 
See the report card here

Make up your mind.  Vote. Activate your network.  Volunteer. 
Vist the Good Jobs for All Website for more information

A letter regarding Joe Pantalone’s campaign and his current place in the polls (October 13)

Partner Links:

The Public Transit Coalition ( is an advocacy group to keep our public transit systems public.  Privatizing our publicly owned services has proven to be harmful to these services and to our communities. 

One Toronto (
Read the One Toronto Statement “Mayoral Hopefuls: Stop Trashtalking Toronto”

View the video from One Toronto

Student Vote (

Better Choices – Waterloo Region ( )