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ELECTION 2014 RESULTS

MAYOR

Polls: 1767   Polls Received: 0   Total Voters: 1602799   Votes Received: 0   

Rank Candidate Votes Percentage
1 JIM RUEL 0 0.00
2 LEE ROMANOV 0 0.00
3 PAT ROBERGE 0 0.00
4 ASHOK SAJNANI 0 0.00
5 RUSSELL SAUNDERS 0 0.00
6 DONOVAN SEARCHWELL 0 0.00
7 WALLY SCHWAUSS 0 0.00
8 CARLIE RITCH 0 0.00
9 D!ONNE RENÉE 0 0.00
10 MICHAEL NICULA 0 0.00
11 RAM NARULA 0 0.00
12 MOHAMMAD OKHOVAT 0 0.00
13 OWEKA-ARAC ONGWEN 0 0.00
14 JOSH RACHLIS 0 0.00
15 RADU POPESCU 0 0.00
16 JAMIE SHANNON 0 0.00
17 ERWIN SNIEDZINS 0 0.00
18 RATAN WADHWA 0 0.00
19 RENÉ VIAU 0 0.00
20 DANIEL WALKER 0 0.00
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Toronto Public Health Launches Flu Clinics

Flu season has returned, and the Ontario government and Toronto's medical officer of health want you to get the shot.

Illustration by Sasha Plotnikova/Torontoist

Illustration by Sasha Plotnikova/Torontoist.

Toronto Public Health today launched its flu immunization clinics, which offer free flu shots to anyone six months or older at a number of locations across the city.

The first clinic opened this morning at The Atrium on Bay Street, where Toronto’s medical officer of health Dr. David McKeown was on hand to get his shot. “Getting the flu vaccine is the best way to stay healthy and protect yourself, your family, and others against the flu,” he said in a statement.

Keep reading: Toronto Public Health Launches Flu Clinics

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Scene: Candlelight Vigil for Soldier Murdered in Ottawa

A small ceremony at Queen's Park on Wednesday night honoured the memory of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo.

WHERE: Queen’s Park

WHEN: Wednesday, October 22

WHAT: Toronto first-aid trainer Mark Dewdney saw the news unfold on Wednesday that a Canadian soldier, Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, had been shot and killed at the National War Memorial in Ottawa, and determined to honour the man’s memory. He held a small vigil at the 48th Highlanders memorial in the north end of Queen’s Park. “I have a friend who’s a member of the 48th,” he said, explaining the choice of location. “It’s my little way of trying to show him that someone’s got his back.” Although only a handful of people showed up to the hastily organized ceremony, Dewdney was happy to show the fallen soldier and his comrades what support he could. “Even though it’s a drop in the bucket—how do you think buckets get filled,” he said. “This is my drop.”

Keep reading: Scene: Candlelight Vigil for Soldier Murdered in Ottawa

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Newsstand: October 23, 2014

Sometimes, you just have to get right to it. In the news: Parliament will sit today in the wake of the Ottawa shootings, Bill Blair says there is no credible threat of a similar attack in Toronto, Queen’s Park holds a moment of silence to honour the fallen soldier in Ottawa, Doug Ford shares his views on what needs to be done to keep the nation safe, and the identity of the killed soldier is confirmed to be Corporal Nathan Cirillo.

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Newsstand: October 22, 2014

Apparently, a Niagara-on-the-Lake hotel has the greatest restroom in Canada. The porcelain thrones at Shaw Club Hotel and Spa are described as a convergence of “style and radiance.” Given that a public lavatory in Toronto that offers a convergence of functioning plumbing and tolerable odour is a pretty big coup, what would rate as our fine city’s top public potty? In the news: Malala Yousafzai will be made an honorary Canadian citizen, the TDSB has a $3-billion repair backlog, the El Mocambo sign goes up for auction, and Doug Ford meets Michael Dunbar Jr.

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