Toronto Police Services collects data on an annual and year to date basis for various types of criminal activity in 52 Division. The most recent report is attached.
If you are interested in different information, there is a wealth of data on the Toronto Police Service website at www.tps.ca/data-maps/.
Mayor Tory held a press conference on Friday February 10th, announcing he would be resigning. He submitted his resignation letter to the City Clerk on Wednesday February 15th, which was effective Friday February 17th. Deputy Mayor McKelvie is temporarily in charge until a new Mayor is elected.
City Council declared the Mayor's position vacant on Wednesday March 29th and passed the necessary by-law required under Section 226.10 of the City of Toronto Act, 2006. The cost of the by-election is estimated to be $13m.
The mayoral by-election nomination period opened at 8:30 am on Monday April 3rd and 28 candidates registered. Nominations remain open until 2 pm on Friday May 12th.
Voting by mail will be available. Advance voting is scheduled for Thursday June 8th to Tuesday June 13th. Election day is Monday June 26th. Please research the candidates and exercise your democratic right to vote! For more information, visit the City's election website: https://www.toronto.ca/city-government/elections/by-election/.
A list of the individuals who filed their nomination paperwork on Monday April 3rd and those who have not yet filed the necessary paperwork, but confirmed they would be running for mayor, is attached.