Monday, September 25, 2006

Toronto: Who Wants to be Mayor? Meet the Candidates, Oct. 4th

Here's your chance to put a question to the candidates vying for the Mayor's seat. Written questions will be collected on the night.

Who Wants to be Mayor?
Meet the Candidates

Wednesday October 4, 7:30-9:30 pm
St. Lawrence Centre, 27 Front Street East in
Toronto, 2 blocks east of Union Station

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On November 13 Toronto will vote for the Mayor of our city. The St. Lawrence Centre Forum and Who Runs This Town invite you to come out and meet ALL the candidates vying to be Mayor - at last count there are 30!

The range of issues are as varied as candidates’ opinions. Of concern are the waterfront and the future of the city centre airport, garbage and what to do with it, taxation, public transit, lack of housing for families, big box stores, green building standards, and dogs in parks. What are your issues?

Experience democracy at its fullest. Come to the St. Lawrence Centre, put your question to the candidate of your choice and watch the political theatrics unfold. The Q&A will be followed by a meet and greet.

Moderated by Anne Mroczkowski: Anchor, CityNews at Six, Citytv

Presented by StLC FORUM and Who Runs This Town?
Carolyn Langdon
STLC Forum
27 Front St. E.
Toronto M5E 1B4
(416)366-1656 x274

Missed the forum on City State: How much power does Toronto need? Listen to proceedings on audio at

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