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ANALYSIS: Should we trust all of these polls?

ANALYSIS: Should we trust all of these polls?

On Oct. 17, yet another poll was released to the media. It showed that mayoral candidate John Tory is squarely in the lead, six or nine percentage points up on his competitors. However, it all depends on your source. Since the candidates started campaigning in January, Toronto residents have been inundated with polls by Forum Research Inc., Nanos Research and […]

by Katherine Elizabeth DeClerq· · News, Off Campus
In this Jan. 30, 2014 file photo, Olivia Chow speaks at Ryerson University. (Cosette Schulz/Ryersonian Staff)

LIVE: Olivia Chow’s Rally for a Better City

Reporter Bethany Van Lingen squeezed into the crowd at Olivia Chow’s first campaign rally to get you the details about Chow’s campaign and her jibes at top competitors Rob Ford and John Tory. The Rally for a Better City, at The Westin Prince Toronto in North York, was held from 1 to 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 16. The previous […]

by Bethany Van Lingen· · Live Blog, News
On Mar. 3, Mayor Rob Ford appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live. (Photo Jimmy Kimmel Live!/Screenshot)

Any publicity is good publicity

The past couple of weeks have certainly been busy for Rob Ford in terms of press coverage. On Feb. 28, a replica of Ford smoking a crack pipe appeared on a float in the Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans. Then on Mar. 3, Ford appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Ford said the visit to Los Angeles was to promote […]

by Alexa Huffman· · Editorial, Opinion
Q-and-A with recent Ryerson graduate and mayoral candidate Michael Tasevski

Q-and-A with recent Ryerson graduate and mayoral candidate Michael Tasevski

The Ryersonian’s Bethany Van Lingen sits down with Michael Tasevski. Tasevski, a recent Ryerson grad, is running for mayor at 23. He couldn’t get a job in his field after university, so he decided to run for mayor. The Ryerson politics and governance graduate made the decision to enter the upcoming elections after a hockey game with his high school […]

by Bethany Van Lingen· · News, Videos

Leading Conservative fundraiser drops Ford support

It’s early in the game, but Toronto’s mayoral candidates are already vying for attention — and money — to fund their campaigns. Some of Ryerson’s professors are involved in this political game. Conservative lawyer and Ted Rogers business school professor Ralph Lean is known among the political community as the city’s top fundraiser for mayoral candidates. This week, however, the […]

by Bethany Van Lingen· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
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