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Your ward, your choice

Your ward, your choice

On Oct. 27, Toronto will elect a new municipal government. As voting day approaches, The Ryersonian asked the councillor candidates of Ward 27 (Toronto Centre-Rosedale) to share their visions for the community’s future. Although we requested interviews with all 10 of the Ward 27 candidates, Kamal Ahmed, David Byford, Susan Humfryes and Robin Lawrance did not respond by deadline.   Kristyn Wong-Tam Background: First […]

by Jeanie Tran· · Features
On Oct. 27, eligible students can vote at polling stations across the city. (Deanne Bender/Ryersonian)

How to vote: A 2014 election guide for students

On Monday Oct. 27, Toronto residents will head to the polls to elect a new municipal government. If you’re a Ryerson student aged 18 or older, you live in Toronto and you’re a Canadian citizen, you are eligible to vote in the election. All students are allowed to vote in the municipality where they live while in school, as well as […]

by Michelle LePage· · Features, News