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olivia chow toronto

"Canadians are ready for change," she said.
Voters in Toronto cast their ballots today in what has felt to many like a very long mayoral race. In honour of it ending
And even Mark Towhey, the former chief of staff to Rob Ford who played a key role in getting him elected in 2010, offered
Chow has dangerously slipped too fast and too far in polling for a miraculous rebound in such a scant time frame. Voters are gridlocked, stranded and unapologetic in demanding expedited change from Day 1. Chow's ideas are too late, too small and too old school for this electorate. She may very well be a good-hearted, industrious politician but her efforts as a pioneer and consensus builder leave little to be lauded.
Jamey Heath makes a patronizing reference of Wolfe's argument about how he (Wolfe's) chat at Wendy's is no confirmation of Chow's support dwindling. Is Heath's reference of Chow having the largest political events -- busloads of NDP staff members from Ottawa and Queens Park -- enough to conclude she has plenty of support?
It seems Toronto mayoral hopeful Olivia Chow is taking a page out of Rob Ford’s political playbook by bringing her campaign
As mayor, I will move to adopt ranked ballots, a model that would help to unite our divided city by rewarding candidates with a broad appeal within the electorate. Too much of our current political discourse is spent on negativity, or pitting councillors against one another. Ranked ballots would help eliminate this rancor, fostering a more positive political environment. Ever wonder why political parties choose leaders this way? It's because ranked ballots help maintain a certain level of civility that has been AWOL from Toronto politics for quite some time.
Olivia Chow’s return to Toronto city politics has already garnered attacks from opponents and has dredged up an almost 24
While Olivia Chow is still weighing whether or not to run for Toronto mayor this October, one thing is certain: she wants
NDP MP Olivia Chow has denied she was offered a cushy job from Prime Minister Stephen Harper that would have kept her out