by Alexandra Bosanac and Gesilayefa Azorbo
on May 3, 2011
Conservative candidate Mark Adler had his eye on the goal tonight, shooting the puck right through the five-hole of Hockey Hall of Famer and Liberal MP Ken Dryden in the York Centre riding.
Adler took the York Centre riding with 46.1 percent of the vote, ending the Liberal's long...(More)
on May 2, 2011
York Centre Conservative candidate Mark Adler shelled former Canadiens netminder and Liberal MP Ken Dryden taking the seat from the incumbent in convincing fashion.
Adler scored 46.1 percent of the vote as of 10:50 p.m. to Dryden’s 34 percent in a nationwide rebuke of the Grits. (More)
on May 2, 2011
In the early going the Liberals are taking a beating across Toronto while the Conservatives look poised to make major gains.
As of 10:15 p.m. the Tories were leading in Liberal held ridings of Don Valley West, York Centre, Willowdale, Eglinton-Lawrence and Michael Ignatieff's...(More)
by Tristan Carter
on April 28, 2011
Hundreds of people packed a banquet hall in North York for a rally with Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff in an attempt to invigorate the party’s base in the face of flagging poll numbers.
Organizers pulled out all the stops, including trotting out former prime minister Jean Chrétien...(More)
by Shawn Star
on April 6, 2011
It’s no secret the Conservative Party desperately wants to gain a seat in Toronto and, according to at least one political pundit, York Centre may be the place they can pull it off.
University of Toronto political professor Joe Martin, says it’s possible the...(More)