|Preceded by||David Miller|
|Succeeded by||John Tory|
|Toronto City Councillor for Ward 2 Etobicoke North|
|In office December 1, 2014 – March 22, 2016|
- Who was the previous mayor of Toronto?
- Who is Doug Ford in Ontario?
- When was David Miller mayor Toronto?
- How many deputy mayors are there in Toronto?
- Who was the first Catholic mayor of Toronto?
- Who was the mayor of Mississauga?
Who was the previous mayor of Toronto?
On behalf of the City of Toronto and City Council, Mayor John Tory offers his condolences on the death of former Toronto Mayor Mel Lastman — the 62nd Mayor of Toronto.
Who is Doug Ford in Ontario?
Doug Ford is the Premier of Ontario. He was also elected as the MPP for Etobicoke-North in 2018. Previously, Doug Ford served as Toronto city councillor from 2010-2014, and was vice-chair of the Budget Committee, where he delivered hundreds of millions of dollars in savings for taxpayers.
When was David Miller mayor Toronto?
Miller was Mayor of Toronto from 2003 to 2010, and served as Chair of C40 Cities from 2008 until 2010.
How many deputy mayors are there in Toronto?
It will include the four Deputy Mayors (Bailão, Thompson, Minnan-Wong and Holyday) as well as the two additional Committee Chairs (Pasternak and Ainslie).
Who was the first Catholic mayor of Toronto?
Municipal elections were held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on January 1, 1919. Mayor Tommy Church was elected to his fifth consecutive term in office.
Who was the mayor of Mississauga?
In 2014, Bonnie Crombie was elected Mayor of Mississauga. Building regionally-integrated transit, igniting new economic development opportunities and creating a more open, engaging and inclusive city, have been Mayor Crombie's leading policy priorities for Mississauga.