2022 Municipal Election

Together We Will Build A Liveable City

Toronto & York Region Labour Council’s election program for Toronto 2022 combines the key issues that matter to working people for their city government and school boards. 

 

 

Click to read the Action Plan of The 2022 Municipal Election

 


ENDORSEMENTS

Our Labour Council delegates proudly endorsed the following candidates for the 2022 Municipal and School Board Trustee Election. Tap below to jump to a specific candidate.

 

Toronto City Council Candidates
Charles Ozzoude Amber Morley
Gord Perks Chiara Padovani
Anthony Perruzza Alejandra Bravo
Asuma Malik Norm Di Pasquale
Chris Moise Paula Fletcher
David Ricci Stephen Ksiazek
Shelley Carroll Jamaal Myers

 

TDSB Trustee Candidates
Matias De Dovitiis Angela Brandt
Lanny Ferreira Debbie King
Alexis Dawson Deborah Williams
James Li Sara Ehrhardt
Neethan Shan Guled Arale
Zakir Patel Manna Wong
Yalini Rajakulasingam

 

TCDSB Trustee Candidates
Gianfranco Cristiano Frank D'Amico
Cameron Miranda-Radbord Daniel Di Giorgio

 

You can visit the page here to see a list by Ward and each city council candidate's campaign website information. 

Please visit the page here to check the list by Ward and each TDSB and TCDSB Trustee candidate's campaign website information. 

City Council Candidates

Ozzoude's Facebook 

Ozzoude's Twitter

Ozzoude's Instagram

Morley's Facebook 

Morley's Twitter

Morley's Instagram

Perks' Facebook 

Perks' Twitter

Perks' Instagram

Padovani's Facebook 

Padovani's Twitter

Padovani's Instagram

Perruzza's Facebook 

Perruzza's Twitter

Perruzza's Instagram

Bravo's Facebook 

Bravo's Twitter

Bravo's Instagram

Malik's Facebook 

Malik's Twitter

Malik's Instagram

Di Pasquale's Facebook 

Di Pasquale's Twitter

Di Pasquale's Instagram

Moise's Facebook 

Moise's Twitter

Moise's Instagram

Fletcher's Facebook 

Fletcher's Twitter

Fletcher's Instagram

Ricci's Facebook 

Ricci's Twitter

Ksiazek's Facebook 

Ksiazek's Twitter

Ksiazek's Instagram

Carroll's Facebook 

Carroll's Twitter

Carroll's Instagram

Myers' Facebook 

Myers' Twitter

Myers' Instagram

TDSB Trustee Candidates

De Dovitiis' Facebook 

De Dovitiis' Twitter

De Dovitiis' Instagram

Brandt's Facebook 

Brandt's Twitter

Brandt's Instagram

Ferreira's Facebook 

Ferreira's Twitter

Ferreira's Instagram

King's Facebook 

King's Twitter

King's Instagram

Dawson's Facebook 

Dawson's Twitter

Dawson's Instagram

Williams' Facebook 

Williams' Twitter

Williams' Instagram

Li's Facebook

Ehrhardt's Facebook 

Ehrhardt's Twitter

Ehrhardt's Instagram

Shan's Facebook 

Shan's Twitter

Shan's Instagram

Arale's Facebook 

Arale's Twitter

Arale's Instagram

Patel's Facebook 

Patel's Twitter

Patel's Instagram

Wong's Facebook 

Wong's Twitter

Rajakulasingam's Facebook 

Rajakulasingam's Twitter

Rajakulasingam's Instagram

Cristiano's Facebook 

Cristiano's Twitter

Cristiano's Instagram

D'Amico's Facebook 

D'Amico's Twitter

D'Amico's Instagram

Miranda-Radbord's Facebook 

Miranda-Radbord's Twitter

Di Giorgio's Facebook 

Di Giorgio's Twitter

Di Giorgio's Instagram

 

You can also check the information on our social media platforms.

TYRLC's Facebook 

TYRLC's Twitter

TYRLC's Instagram


WHY LOCAL GOVERNMENT MATTERS

Check our 2022 Summer Labour Action's back cover, "Never Have I ever" City Election Edition! Click the image above to read the pdf version. You can also access this digital issue here!


TORONTO COUNCIL REPORT CARD

Our Labour movement works hard to improve the quality of life for the people of this city. That quality of life is built on a foundation of strong public services for every neighbourhood, and programs that sustain healthy communities. We depend on those who work both on the front lines and in supporting roles. Those workers deserve fair wages and working conditions. The city also has valuable public assets which need to be defended.

COVID highlighted existing inequities entrenched in our systems. Throughout the pandemic, the Labour movement advocated and fought at the City level to protect and respect frontline workers, sustain those who lost their jobs or gave up careers to care for family and support those who shifted to working from home while balancing family responsibilities. As well, labour has addressed a heightened awareness of racism following the deaths of Canadians and Americans at the hands of police. It is also grappling with climate change, as we insist on climate justice while we bring our environment to net zero. 

The Labour Council produces a report card every four years based on voting records and leadership demonstrated by the current City Council members. In addition, they are assessed on their stand on crucial issues. COVID made the last two-and-a-half years an unusual point in time, where we saw the Mayor taking a more even-handed approach than previously. The report card reflects that. 

Please click here to read the City Council Report Card 2018-2022.


KEY ELECTION DATES

The municipal election day for Toronto is Monday, October 24, 2022. Advance voting days are October 7-14.

 

Voters

Thursday, September 1
Applications for mail-in voting packages will open online and by phone.
Toronto Elections will start accepting revisions to the voters’ list.

Friday, September 23
The deadline to apply for mail-in voting by 4:30 p.m.
Last day to add, change or update your voters’ list information online through MyVote.

Friday, October 21
Toronto Elections must receive completed packages by October 21, 2022 at noon (12 p.m.).

Friday, October 7 - Friday, October 14
Advance Voting Days

Monday, October 24
Election Day


 


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