While it’s still almost eight months to go until we vote for Toronto’s next mayor, it’s never too early to start thinking about the issues that matter. To make an informed decision, it’s important to understand where the candidates stand and what their positions are.
The Toronto Star in a helpful feature asked Toronto’s leading mayoral candidates about their positions on some emerging election issues, including transit, bike lanes and the city’s financial troubles.
They identified the following five candidates as most likely to be in the lead: George Smitherman, Rocco Rossi, Giorgio Mammoliti, Joe Pantalone, and Sarah Thomson.
For what the candidates had to say, read the feature.