James Pasternak wins in Ward 10, York Centre

Councillor James Pasternak talks to the media outside Mayor Rob Ford's office in Toronto on November 07, 2013. Deborah Baic/The Globe and Mail

TORONTO – City councillor James Pasternak has won re-election in Toronto’s Ward 10, York Centre.

Pasternak won the riding in the 2010 election with just 19 per cent of the vote – 12 candidates in total ran in 2010. In the 2014 election, he won the ward with nearly 60 per cent of the vote. Broadcasting executive Igor Toutchinski, who finished with nearly 16 per cent of the vote in 2010, came second with 16 per cent of the vote.


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