Toronto’s upcoming municipal election has been mired in controversy, with the sudden slashing of city council drastically reducing the number of seats up for grabs.
In the now 25 ward election, there are 11 wards where two incumbent councillors will face off for the same seat.
CityNews looked into how they voted in council sessions on five key issues in Toronto.
Use the sliders in each image below to compare between incumbents in their respective wards:
Ward 01 – Etobicoke North
Ward 02 – Etobicoke Centre
Ward 05 – York South-Weston
Ward 06 – York Centre
Ward 07 – Humber River-Black Creek
Ward 12 – Toronto-St. Paul’s
Ward 13 – Toronto-Centre
Ward 14 – Toronto-Danforth
Ward 15 – Don Valley West
Ward 20 – Scarborough Southwest
Ward 22 – Scarborough-Agincourt