Jun 26, 2023

By Jane Brown

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It’s decision day in Toronto.

Eligible Toronto residents are invited to cast a ballot for the city’s next mayor between 10am and 8pm on Monday June 26th.

You will find details on where to vote on the voter card sent to you in the mail.

To vote in the Toronto byelection, you are required to show identification with your name and Toronto address.

According to the city’s website, you must be a Canadian citizen, at least 18 years old and a resident in the city of Toronto or a non-resident if you or your spouse own or rent property in the city.

The final poll of the Toronto byelection was conducted on Saturday by Mainstreet Research.

Results released Sunday night show Ana Bailao has closed in on Olivia Chow who has 36 percent support of decided voters with Bailao now at 30. The rest of the higher profile candidates are in single digits.

The final Forum Research poll has Olivia Chow at 29 percent support, with Ana Bailao at 20, Mark Saunders at 15 and Anthony Furey at 11, with the rest in single digits.

As for the ballot box issue, it could be that housing and affordability have topped the list in these high inflationary post-COVID times.

And while campaigning is over, the various candidates and their supporters will try to get out the vote today.

Once the polls close at 8pm Monday, tune in to Election Night at the ZoomerPlex, hosted by Libby Znaimer and Marissa Lennox with their panel of guests on Zoomer Radio. You can watch the live stream at

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