TORONTO CITY COUNCIL VOTES AGAINST BYELECTION IN ETOBICOKE CENTRE

Aug 26, 2013

By AM740 Staff

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Toronto City Council voted 22-to-11 today to appoint a candidate to fill the Etobicoke Centre seat vacated by former deputy mayor Doug Holyday.

The next step is for Etobicoke-York Community Council to hold a special meeting October 3rd  to choose its preferred candidate.

Toronto City council meet’s on October 10th to appoint a candidate.

The person who is appointed will serve for a year until voters go to the polls for the next municipal election in October 2014.

During today’s two-hour debate, Mayor Rob Ford said he preferred a byelection because of it’s an “open and transparent choice.”

 

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