Now that the election is over, it’s time to look forward to the next four years, and hold our new City Council accountable to their commitments.
We're happy to say that a majority of Toronto's new Council took TEA's Greener City For All election pledge, committing to key actions. See who took the pledge below.
TEA's Greener City for All election pledge results
Ward 3 - Etobicoke - Lakeshore - Amber Morley
Ward 4 - Parkdale-High Park - Gord Perks
Ward 7 - Humber River - Black Creek - Anthony Perruzza
Ward 8 - Eglinton - Lawrence - Mike Colle
Ward 9 - Davenport - Alejandra Bravo
Ward 10 - Spadina - Fort York - Ausma Malik
Ward 11 - University Rosedale - Dianne Saxe
Ward 12 - Toronto - St. Paul's - Josh Matlow
Ward 13 - Toronto Centre - Chris Moise
Ward 14 - Toronto - Danforth - Paula Fletcher
Ward 15 - Don Valley West - Jaye Robinson
Ward 17 - Don Valley North - Shelley Carroll
Ward 19 - Beaches - East York - Brad Bradford
Ward 23 - Scarborough North - Jamaal Myers
Ward 24 - Scarborough - Guildwood - Paul Ainslie
The Greener City for All Platform outlines priority actions for Toronto’s next City Council term in these key areas:
- Climate action: Achieve Toronto’s 2025, 2030 and 2040 climate targets by fully funding all actions in Toronto’s climate strategy and accelerating investments in affordable housing, transit and good green jobs.
- Climate resilience: Implement strategies to achieve Toronto’s climate resilience goals. Support communities, particularly those most affected, to prepare for and respond to impacts of climate change, including heatwaves and flooding.
- Waste and a circular economy: Take ambitious action towards making Toronto a zero waste city by reducing disposables that pollute our environment. Shift Toronto towards reusable alternatives that protect our environment and build a strong, local circular economy.
TEA's Campaigns Team hosted an Election Debrief webinar to review the election results and answer questions - watch the recording here