Doug Ford is a force of nature who believes he is going to win on Monday. Will he?
After several attempts and weeks of waiting, I finally got to spend a few hours with the Mayor of Mississauga yesterday in her back garden. I’ve been covering Hazel McCallion for most of her 36 years as mayor so I wanted to do a decent feature interview with her before she hands the reins over to whom
Toronto mayoral candidate Olivia Chow is the only person on the planet right now who can ensure Mayor Rob Ford is not re-elected.
With just 54 days to go until the mayoral election, every day will make a difference to the outcome on Oct. 27.
It could be considered by some to be a draw between Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne and Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak with the edge going to Hudak. She, for not crumbling completely under fire for the gas plant fiasco, and he, for improved personal performance and appeal – even going as far as offering to
Had another chat with Mississauga Mayor Hazel McCallion this morning on news that she has completed a memoir that will be published in the fall, just as she hands the mayoral reins over to whoever wins the municipal election in October.
The buzz this morning is that Mayor Rob Ford came out on top (if for no other reason) than he showed up for a brawl that never really developed.
Imagine looking over your shoulder every minute of your waking life for the last eight months, in a high state of alert and anxiety against a possible threat to your or your family’s life.
Just got off the phone with Mississauga Mayor Hazel McCallion who is always up really early and always takes my calls as early as 6 a.m. Today, I wanted to talk to her about the meeting she called with all of the GTA mayors and regional representatives to figure out a coordinated strategy that can be used to request disaster relief for damage caused by the Dec. 21, 2013, ice storm.
After all these years at the helm, Mississauga Mayor Hazel McCallion knows a bit about how senior levels of government work and what it needs on paper to make the kind of decisions, like the one it will be asked to make on financial aid to cover the cost of ice storm damage