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Oct 19, 2010

Five ways to get involved in Toronto's election

Jessica Bell
With one week to go before the municipal vote comes to Toronto and elsewhere in Ontario, it is time to become engaged with the process. This advice works elsewhere in Canada, too!
News
Oct 16, 2010
Edmonton City Centre Airport: its future is a subject for debate during the 2010 municipal election. Photo: mastermaq/Flickr

A snapshot of Edmonton's civic election

Mari Sasano
As voters go to the polls in Alberta on Monday, airports, Oilers and housing are among the key issues in the capital of the province.
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Why not -- NONE OF THE ABOVE

I am really disheartened by the muncipal elections in Toronto...I cannot stand my local councillor and I hate all the mayoral candidates...WTF can I not vote for:

NONE OF THE ABOVE

by crossing out all the names and if 51% did so...the parties (elites) would have to give a whole new slate of candidates...  As I am tired of the media circus and also the ineptitude  and ignorance that seemingly abound...this time around.

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Hamilton municipal election

Anyone here with news from on the ground in Hamilton? I've been following the election in my former hometown from abroad, through the [url=http://www.thespec.com/news/elections]Hamilton Spectator election website[/url].

 

I see that Larry DiIanni has put a poll out now suggesting he's ahead.

 

Hamilton Spectator: [url=http://www.thespec.com/news/elections/article/266686--di-ianni-poll-puts... Ianni poll puts him in front in mayoral race[/url]

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A leaked poll from Larry Di Ianni's campaign suggests he is set to retake the mayor's job he lost to incumbent Fred Eisenberger in 2006.

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