Interview

Dec. 6, 2017. Councillor Norm Kelly stands in his office at Toronto City Hall. Kelly, a former history teacher, has proved popular among Toronto youth: “My ability to connect, say, with millennials, stems from the fun that I had in the classroom with young people.” (Photo credit: Luke Trohimchuk/Signal Toronto)

Q & A with City Councillor Norm Kelly

May 17, 2018 By Arianne Robinson This week Councillor Norm Kelly registered to run for councillor in the new Ward 42 for the October municipal election....

Q & A with Councillor Michael Thompson

Dec. 5, 2017 By Arianne Robinson City Councillor Michael Thompson has been an elected Toronto politician for almost 15 years, chair of the Economic Development Committee...

Q & A with Etobicoke North Councillor Vincent Crisanti

Nov. 27 By Arianne Robinson Councillor Vincent Crisanti ran for city councillor and lost four times, was appointed once, and served for two and a half...

Q & A with chief transformation officer’s council advocate, Councillor Christin Carmichael Greb

Nov. 17, 2017 By Arianne Robinson City Councillor Christin Carmichael Greb has always been behind the scenes in politics, until this term. The 40-year-old former project...

Q & A with poverty reduction advocate Councillor Joe Mihevc

This week at council, City Councillor Joe Mihevc gave up his newcomer advocate role at city hall to take up his new role as...