Mr. Ford does not live in Ward 6. He is a highly-paid executive earning $120,000 per annum at LAMP, who talks about income disparity. LAMP is funded entirely from charitable and government grants. Mr. Ford has attended few, if any, public meetings in Ward 6 in the past, and is actively working against the community of Mimico, promoting the City plan for high-rises on our parkland and green open space in an area deficient in parkland. The real hero activists in Ward 6 have worked for decades in the best interests of our neighbourhoods and communities for no salary. My election platform specifically addresses the blatant refusal by Toronto City Hall to listen to our hero activist/residents’ views concerning their neighbourhoods and communities. The creation of Community Districts and Community Boards under the Toronto Municipal Code will ensure that the voices of citizens will be included in the decision-making at Toronto City Hall. In this election, Ward 6 voters can choose between platitudes or substantial change. The Toronto Star mistakenly endorsed Mark Grimes in the past; it’s mistaken once again.