2018 Toronto Election Resources


Social Planning Toronto

Social Planning Toronto, Democratic Engagement Exchange, and Commitment TO Community have produced a set of five fact sheets on key issues in the Toronto Municipal Elections. Learn more about poverty, child care, housing, jobs and transit in our city. Find more information here.

 

   

Election Services - City of Toronto

The official website for the City of Toronto's Election Services. Keep up to date with all the latest information including the new ward map, candidate information, voter information as well as general information on Bill 5 - Better Local Government Act, 2018.  Find More Information Here.  

What ward am I in? Who are the candidates running in my ward?  Find out here.


 

 

New Ward Boundaries New and Old Ward Boundaries  


Democracy Toronto

A website developed by City of Toronto residents for all the news on the 2018 Toronto Election, including information on Bill 5, its impact, the response and the legal front. Find more information here.



Progress Toronto

A not-for-profit organization that advocates and organizes for a more democratic, socially just and progressive city.
Find more information here.


 

 

Commitment TO Community

A coalition of everyday residents, faith communities, nonprofit groups and community organizations working to build a better, fairer and more inclusive Toronto through active engagement at City Hall. Find information here.


Prosperity Platform

A campaign to get candidates in the October 22, 2018 Toronto elections to implement Toronto's Poverty Reduction Strategy (TO Prosperity). Find information here.