October 13, 2018 1:12 am
Updated: October 23, 2018 10:05 am

Toronto election 2018: Ward 13 Toronto Centre

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Candidates

Darren Abramson
Khuran Aftab
Jon Callegher
Richard Forget
Tim Gordanier
Jonathan Heath
John Jeffery
Walied Khogali Ali
Gladys Larbie
Barbara Lavoie
Ryan Lester
Kyle McNally
Catherina Perez
George Smitherman
Jordan Stone
Lucy Troisi*
Megann Willson
Rob Wolvin
Kristyn Wong-Tam* (elected)

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* indicates an incumbent member of council

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Federal representative

Bill Morneau (Liberal)

Provincial representative

Suze Morrison (NDP)

Boundary

This ward is roughly bordered by Bay, College and Yonge Streets as well as Dundas Street West on the west side, The Esplanade on the south side, the Don River on the east side, Rosedale Valley Road, Bloor Street East, Mount Pleasant Road and Charles Street on the north side.

Population (2016)

103,805

Average household income (2016)

$75,382

History

The new Ward 13 Toronto Centre is made up of parts of the old Wards 27 and 28. Kristyn Wong-Tam, who was first elected as the councillor for Ward 27 in 2010 and re-elected in 2014, is running against Ward 28 Councillor Lucy Troisi, who was appointed in 2017 to fill the seat after Councillor Pam McConnell died.

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