TORONTO — Six of the main candidates to be Toronto’s subsequent mayor will face off tonight in a debate over what organizers name the vital social and financial challenges dealing with town.
The 2-hour livestreamed occasion co-hosted by Toronto Metropolitan College, the United Approach and the Toronto Star is scheduled get began at 6:30 p.m.
Organizers say former NDP parliamentarian Olivia Chow, metropolis councillor Josh Matlow, ex-police chief Mark Saunders, former deputy mayor Ana Bailao, councillor Brad Bradford and former Liberal provincial schooling minister Mitzie Hunter have dedicated to attend.
Final week, candidates sparred over points associated to the humanities, inexpensive housing and the financial system in 4 debates held over 48 hours.
The busy debate schedule is in distinction to final 12 months’s election marketing campaign, when incumbent and former mayor John Tory took half in simply two debates.
The byelection to interchange Tory, who resigned in February after admitting to an affair with a staffer, is about for June 26.
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