Besides providing services that we all use every day — public transit, libraries, parks, sidewalks, affordable housing, and more — our municipal government also plays an important role in advancing equity, inclusion, and social justice.
On October 24, Toronto’s next City Council will be elected. Voting is the number one way to have a say in who makes decisions about services we rely on and decisions that can build a city that works for all of us.
Campaigns across the city are asking candidates to pledge for a better Toronto. Social Planning Toronto’s pledge is about you, the voter. Will you pledge to vote to make our city more equitable and affordable, and encourage others to do the same?