John Tory strips deputy mayor of title after Doug Ford endorsement

John Tory strips deputy mayor of title after Doug Ford endorsement
Tory dumps deputy mayor who publicly endorsed Doug Ford
John Tory has stripped one of his deputy mayors of the title after he endorsed Doug Ford for mayor in 2018. On Tuesday, Councillor Vincent Crisanti, who represents Ward 1 (Etobicoke North) said he was backing Doug Ford in the coming election, leveling

Toronto is more than a year away from the next municipal election, and a new poll suggests things might look the same in 2018. John Tory should not have much trouble getting re-elected against Doug Ford, according to a poll released on Tuesday.

John Tory has ousted his Etobicoke deputy mayor, Vince Crisanti, after he publicly backed the Toronto mayor's rival Doug Ford at his annual Ford Fest. Tory has replaced Crisanti, who represents Ward 1, Etobicoke North, with Coun. Stephen Holyday. "I …

John Tory would easily defeat Doug Ford in a head-to-head race for mayor but his lead will shrink considerably if a progressive candidate enters the race, a new poll has found. The Mainstreet Research poll found that Tory has the support of 66 per cent …

Coun. Crisanti removed as deputy mayor

Hanging out at Ford Fest has turned Vincent Crisanti into a jalopy in the eyes of Mayor John Tory. The mayor stripped Crisanti of his deputy mayor title after the Etobicoke North (Ward 1) councillor showed up and even spoke on stage last Friday night … . Mayor John Tory has relieved Coun. Vincent Crisanti of his duties as one of the city's deputy mayors after the Ward 1 councillor announced he would be backing Doug Ford in the next mayoral election. “I thank Councillor Crisanti for his time in this …

Tory dumps deputy mayor who publicly endorsed Doug Ford
Tory dumps deputy mayor who publicly endorsed Doug Ford
Doug Ford, left, shares a joke with John Tory during the last debate of the 2014 election campaign. Both men have indicated they plan to run for mayor of Toronto in 2018. By: Edward Keenan Torstar News Service Published on Tue Sep 12 2017 07:56:00. Mayor John Tory's re-election is not a sure thing, a recent poll shows. – Metroland file photo. A new poll puts Mayor John Tory in the lead for re-election in 2018 against former councillor Doug Ford – but just how comfortable that lead is, depends on …

Vince Crisanti, long a Ford ally, was named to Tory's inner circle early in the mayor's term, but introduced Tory's rival at the annual Ford family BBQ in Etobicoke on Friday. Deputy Mayor Vincent Crisanti introduces Doug Ford at the annual Ford Fest …

If an election was held now, Mayor John Tory would beat challenger Doug Ford hands down, says a new Mainstreet/Postmedia poll. However, the poll also shows that if a strong progressive from the left were to enter the race — particularly someone with

Toronto Mayor John Tory's re-election not a sure thing, poll suggests

Etobicoke North Councillor is out as deputy mayor to John Tory, after he pledged his support to future mayoral candidate Doug Ford. – David Nickle/Metroland. Mayor John Tory has fired Vince Crisanti from the position of deputy mayor, after the … . Ward 1 (Etobicoke North) Councillor Vince Crisanti says he can support John Tory now as his deputy mayor, but in the election back Doug Ford in his bid to unseat him. – David Nickle/Metroland. Vince Crisanti, the Etobicoke North city councillor who is …

John Tory ousts Vince Crisanti as deputy mayor after comments supporting mayoral rival Ford
John Tory ousts Vince Crisanti as deputy mayor after comments supporting mayoral rival Ford
Mayor John Tory has dumped Coun. Vince Crisanti as one of his four deputy mayors after the Etobicoke councillor indicated that he would campaign on behalf of Doug Ford in 2018. On Friday night, Crisanti introduced Ford at his annual community barbecue

Toronto Mayor John Tory has replaced one of his deputy mayors who showed support for Doug Ford during an event late last week when Ford announced his intention to run for mayor. Story continues below. Ward 1 Etobicoke North Councillor Vincent

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