The Toronto Ward Boundary Review is looking at the size and shape of Toronto’s wards.
This Review is being undertaken to ensure that each person in Toronto is fairly represented at City Council. The Review will look at the number of people living in each ward, as well as other factors such as geographic communities of interest and neighbourhoods, major physical and natural boundaries and population trends, to ‘draw the lines’ among Toronto’s wards. Any changes that occur as a result of the review will come into effect for the municipal election that takes place in 2018. Learn more.
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In case you haven't heard, Toronto Council voted 28-13 to adopt the Recommended Wards (47 wards).Thanks to everyone who provided input!