[updated May 2, 2018]

The Ontario Provincial Election is now less than 5 weeks away.  Intensive campaigning will soon begin.

The Casa Loma neighbourhood is in the riding of St. Paul’s.

The Casa Loma Residents Association encourages all its members to be active participants in the Association.  In the same vein, we also encourage you to actively participate in Federal, Provincial and Municipal elections.  By electing and working with our elected representatives we can successfully advance the interests of our neighbourhood.  The CLRA has successfully worked in the past with our city councillor, Joe Mihevc and our Provincial representative, Eric Hoskins as well as our Federal MP Carolyn Bennett regarding issues of interest to the CLRA.   A good example of this is the Maclean House at 7 Austin Terrace which would not have been saved without the strong support of Joe and Eric.  We will continue to build strong relationships with our elected representatives and other influential politicians.

The Progressive Conservative Party has nominated its candidate, Andrew Kirsch, born and raised in St. Paul’s riding and a former Intelligence Officer with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS).

The Green Party has nominated its candidate for St. Paul’s.  She is Teresa Pun who is a doctor practicing Clinical Immunology and Allergy, Internal Medicine in St. Paul’s riding and Richmond Hill.

The Liberal Party has nominated Jess Spindler as its candidate. Jess was Director of Legal Affairs and Party Services – ‎Liberal Party of Canada.

The New Democratic Party has nominated Jill Andrew as its candidate in St. Paul’s. Jill is a co founder of Body Confidence Canada.

The CLRA is not endorsing any candidate or party.  It is our goal to work with all of our elected representatives to ensure that our voice is heard and ensure that our representatives are responsive to our needs.

Map of St. Paul’s Riding