It’s been a long campaign, and it all comes down to today. Your vote will help ensure we have a city councillor who represents every one of Ward 27’s residents and neighbourhoods, and that we have improved public transit, responsibly managed finances and smart sustainable development.
How to vote
To find out where to vote, click here or phone 311.
You’ll need to bring ID that shows your name, signature and address. For a list of acceptable ID, click here.
Voting is open from 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. If you have any questions or require assistance getting to your voting station you can call our office (416.351.8000).
Because the municipal level of government affects our lives more directly than any other, and because it’s more important than ever that we have a strong city council. This is a very tight race—it may come down to as little as 100 votes—your vote will make a difference.
Why Chris Tindal
Chris is endorsed by respected people from across the political spectrum and all over our ward. He has the best set of principles and priorities, and he has the business and governance experience to get results. I have been impressed by his honesty, integrity and genuine interest in what each and every person has had to say throughout this election. I am confident he is the best candidate for city council.
As always, if you have any questions don’t hesitate to get in touch by email or phone.
Campaign Manager, Chris Tindal Campaign
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
TORONTO– On August 25, Evan Dean stepped down as a candidate for city councillor in Ward 27, and announced his support for Chris Tindal. Evan has been a great contributor to the community, both as a candidate, and through his work with Trinity Square Café, Our Place Community of Hope, and as volunteer coordinator for Pride Toronto. Chris is honored to have his support.
“I believe that Chris is the best suited for the role and that he has both the political and policy background necessary to serve the residents of this Ward” says Evan on his website. “I believe that Chris understands the role that communities play in creating a great and diverse city. Chris also understands that improving public transit, and creating more infrastructure for pedestrians and cyclists will keep this city green and sustainable in the future. This is why I will support him for councillor for Ward 27.”
Chris Tindal is endorsed by people throughout Ward 27 and across the political spectrum, including former Progressive Conservative Member of Parliament David MacDonald, retired Senator Lois Wilson and former Ontario NDP Youth Chair Liam McHugh-Russell.
These members of our community are supporting Chris because they know he has the right priorities for our ward. Chris is committed to representing all of Ward 27’s unique communities, and will champion
- more responsible fiscal management at City Hall;
- improved transit, so that ‘the better way’ really is better; and
- smart, sustainable development that plans for our future but also preserves our past: our heritage buildings and the feel of our communities.
Chris’s platform was officially announced today on his website, christindal.ca.
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Release also available as a PDF
We hope you’ll join us for the official Chris Tindal campaign launch to learn more about Chris’ vision for Ward 27 and enjoy a fun evening in one of Toronto’s most popular and historic venues.
When: Tuesday April 27th, doors at 6pm
Where: The Pilot Tavern (22 Cumberland Street, near Yonge and Bloor)
This event will be hosted by broadcaster Ralph Benmergui and feature special guests including former local MP David MacDonald and retired Senator Lois Wilson. There will be food and a cash bar.
You can RSVP (not required) and share this event on Facebook.
See you there!
Welcome to the official campaign website for Chris Tindal, candidate for City Councillor of Toronto’s Ward 27. If this is your first time visiting, you may want to watch this video from our campaign launch. You can also learn more about Chris on the about page or check out who’s endorsing him. You can easily and quickly get involved by donating or signing up to volunteer. Finally, stay up to date by signing up for email updates on the right side of any page. Thanks for visiting!