Oct 09, 2014
By Bob Komsic
Olivia Chow was head of the mayoral class finishing on top with 83%, while John Tory scored 61% and Doug Ford a big zero.
The Toronto Environmental Alliance released its ‘report card’ on how the three major candidates stack up on environmental issues.
They were asked to answer questions about the TTC, air quality and severe weather preparation.
TEA asked the trio to answer 18 ”yes” or ”no” questions gauging their commitment to making the city greener.
Chow committed to advancing four more initiatives than Tory, including stopping expansion of the Island Airport.
Ford’s did not answer any of the questions, prompting TEA to says he’s ”shown no commitment to the environment during this election nor in the last four years.”
Chow, Tory and Ford will take part in a debate tomorrow from 11am – 1pm on the New AM 740’s Goldhawk Fights Back.