city hall: Toronto's election campaign has been at the centre of a political storm for nearly two months, ever since Premier Doug Ford announced his plan to slash the city's council from 47 seats to 25.A judge initially found the plan unconstitutional, but the province's top court sided with the government on Wednesday, suspending the earlier ruling and making clear that the city would elect 25 councillors on Oct. 22, according to Vancouver Courier. For Fletcher, a municipal veteran, fewer seats mean she's now running against fellow Coun. Paula Fletcher, who was among many registering as candidates at city hall on Thursday. Mary Fragedakis a situation that's playing out among several incumbents. It's hard ... The voters will decide which one of us they want to send back. Mary and I are friends, we have worked on a lot of issues together, said Fletcher. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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