Ward 29 forms the northern half of the federal Toronto–Danforth riding and we’re in the final two weeks of the campaign to elect a new Member of Parliament on March 19. We asked all eleven registered candidates several questions about cycling issues and activities that affect Toronto–Danforth residents. Eight candidates sent us detailed responses. Read on for each candidate’s complete answers to our questions:
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This bumper sticker was spotted offering practical advice in Ward 29’s Playter Estates neighbourhood on Monday night.
What we’ve done so far
Ward 29 Bikes had a busy and successful 2009. Our volunteers engaged with the local community by holding two public meetings, participating in numerous community events, helping with the work of other groups, and raising the profile of cycling in our neighbourhood and across the city. Here is a summary of some of the activities that we undertook in our first full year of advocacy:
We’re conducting a survey this week, both online and in person at the Taste of the Danforth, about cycling in and around Ward 29. If you completed the survey at our June meeting, there’s no need to fill out this one as well; we already have your answers. Please take a few moments to fill out the survey (there are just ten multiple-choice questions) or talk to one of our volunteers at the Taste of the Danforth this weekend.