PODCAST: Spacing Radio 068, Looking for the bright side of Toronto’s election

We’ve had some time to make sense of the Toronto election, and what it might mean for the next four years in this city. Is there... Read More

ELECTION: Mapping how Toronto voted

In the lead-up to last month’s municipal election, news reporters, columnists, and popular local websites called the mayoral race... Read More

ELECTION: Beware of what you wished for

The outcome, at least on the mayoral vote, was not ambiguous: Mayor John Tory, campaigning — if that’s how his performance in... Read More

ELECTION MAP: Duelling campaign endorsements

Last week, Spacing contributor Anthony McMahon argued that it is time for Toronto City Hall to have political parties, similar to... Read More

LORINC: We finally have a ballot question for the ages

Let’s face it: there was never meant to be a ballot question, besides some kind of fuzzy re-validation of Mayor John... Read More

Election Panel: the 905 Edition

As Toronto gets ready to vote, we are bringing you regular panel discussions with journalists and experts who will break down the... Read More

ELECTION NIGHT PARTY! Come watch the results with Spacing

WHAT: Spacing’s Election Night Watch Party! WHEN: Monday, Oct. 24, 6pm-10pm WHERE: Pauper’s Pub, 539 Bloor St. W., 1 block... Read More

OP-ED: City Council is Dull — It Needs Parties

Recently, the PC government proposed giving Toronto and Ottawa “strong mayor” powers, claiming major cities need strong mayors to... Read More

ELECTION: ART vs Art — when artists enlivened a walkover campaign by a bland establishment mayoral incumbent

As far as Toronto mayoral elections go, 1982 was a snoozer. With no prominent competition, Art Eggleton was assured a second term... Read More

PODCAST: Election Panel with Matt Elliott and Tricia Wood

As Toronto gets ready to vote, we are bringing you regular panel discussions with journalists and experts who will break down the... Read More