“Find which level of government is responsible… and get engaged in it and become a change agent. And you never know, you might even get elected.” -Olivia Chow
Olivia Chow announced Thursday that she is officially launching her campaign to become mayor of Toronto after resigning as MP for Trinity-Spadina on Wednesday. The former Toronto city councillor made the announcement in St. James Town, a working-class Toronto neighbourhood she grew up in, saying, “We need a new mayor for a better city and I’m here to apply for the job.”
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