The fate of how Toronto’s 2018 election will be run rests in the hands of Superior Court Justice Katherine Swinton.
On Friday, in a sunlit courtroom on the second floor of Osgoode Hall just steps away from city hall, the judge heard arguments about whether the court should consider an appeal of the city’s new ward boundary structure.
In what may be an unprecedented move, the case contesting a city council decision, which was confirmed by a provincial tribunal, was brought by a sitting city councillor and a local resident.
Rule #1 of Douche Club: The pork barrel always gets bigger! Toronto needs fewer not more councilors.
Pic and link h/t RB