The Toronto Ward Boundary Review (TWBR) team is seeking feedback from the public, stakeholders and Members of City Council on two items outlined in the Toronto Ward Boundary Review Additional Information Report:
- REVISED OPTION 2 which has 44 wards and incorporates the refinements suggested during the TWBR public consultation process in August – November 2015; and;
- A WARD OPTION that is aligned, where possible, with the boundaries of the 25 federal and provincial ridings.
This information was requested by the City of Toronto Executive Committee at its meeting on May 24, 2016. Based on the input received, a TWBR Supplementary Report will be prepared and submitted to the Executive Committee meeting on October 26, 2016.
There are two ways to provide comments:
- Complete a survey (Online or in PDF)
- Attend one of four public meetings happening this September (visit www.drawthelines.ca for details)
o Sept 14th, 2016. 7-9pm. Metro Hall
o Sept 15th, 2016. 7-9pm. Scarborough Civic Centre
o Sept 19th, 2016. 7-9pm. North York Civic Centre
o Sept 21st, 2016. 7-9pm. Etobicoke Civic Centre
Project Background & Timeline
From July 2014 to February 2015, the TWBR conducted a civic engagement and public consultation process to collect opinions on Toronto’s current ward alignment. The results informed the development of five options for re-aligning Toronto’s wards. A second round of the TWBR’s civic engagement and public consultation process solicited feedback on these options between August and November 2015. The TWBR Final Report (May 2016) summarized the TWBR process and recommended a new ward structure.
More information can be found at www.drawthelines.ca