CPE’s 13 favourite candidates for TDSB Trustee in the October 24th Toronto elections

Ward
Matias de Dovitiis
Info@matiasdedovitiis.ca
4 Humber River -Black Creek

matiasdevitiis.ca

Angela Brandt
angela.brandt@ontarioautismcoalition.com
5 York Centre
Angelabrandt.ca
Lanny Ferreira
info@lannyferreira.ca
6 York South Weston
lannyferreira.ca
Debbie King
info@debbieking.ca
7 Parkdale High Park
debbieking.ca
Alexis Dawson
alexis@alexisdawson.ca
9 Davenport Spadina Fort York
alexisdawson.ca
Deborah Williams
dw_tdot@rogers.com
10 Toronto Centre
votewilliamsto.ca
James Li
votejamesli@gmail.com
13 Don Valley North
votejamesli.com
Sarah Ehrhadt
saratrusteecampaign@gmail.com
15 Toronto Danforth
saraehrhardt.ca
Neethan Shan
neethanshan@gmail.com
17 Scarborough Centre
Facebook – neethan.shan
Guled Arale
info@guledarale.com
18 Scarborough South West
guledarale.com
Zakir Patel
zakir4tdsbtrustee@gmail.com
19 Scarborough Guildwood
Facebook – zakir.patel.90260403
Manna Wong
manna@mannawong.com
20 Scarborough Agincourt
Facebook – MannaWongTDSB
Yalini Rajakulasingam
yalinirajakul@gmail.com
21 Scarborough North
Facebook – Yalini for Trustee

Tap around the map to find these candidates.

Matias de Dovitiis

Info@matiasdedovitiis.ca

Humber River -Black Creek

Angela Brandt

angela.brandt@ontarioautismcoalition.com

York Centre

Lanny Ferreira

info@lannyferreira.ca

York South Weston

Debbie King

info@debbieking.ca

Parkdale High Park

Alexis Dawson

alexis@alexisdawson.ca

Davenport Spadina Fort York

Deborah Williams

dw_tdot@rogers.com

Toronto Centre

James Li

votejamesli@gmail.com

Don Valley North

Sara Ehrhardt

saratrusteecampaign@gmail.com

Toronto Danforth

Neethan Shan

neethanshan@gmail.com

Scarborough Centre

Guled Arale

info@guledarale.com

Scarborough South West

Zakir Patel

zakir4tdsbtrustee@gmail.com

Scarborough Guildwood

Manna Wong

manna@mannawong.com

Scarborough Agincourt

Yalini Rajakulasingam

yalinirajakul@gmail.com

Scarborough North Rough River

The following TCDSB Trustee candidates have been endorsed by CPE.

Ward
Gianfranco Cristiano

gianfranco.cristiano6@gmail.com

5 North York
gianfrancocristiano.com
Frank D’Amico
paradice711@gmail.com
6 York
Facebook – frankdamicocd
Cameron Miranda-Radbord
cameron@cameronfortrustee.ca
9 Toronto
cameronfortrustee.ca
Daniel Di Giorgio
danieldigiorgio@gmail.com
10 Toronto
Facebook – Daniel.digiorgio.7

Contact the Trustee candidate in your area. Ask them how you can help their campaign.  (distributing flyers, phoning, delivering lawn signs. Perhaps talk to your neighbours. Or perhaps e-transfer a personal donation. Any amount up to $1250. will be welcome.

Step 1

The first step is to connect with others like yourself who’re deeply concerned about the state of public education in our city. Parents can attend our School Council meetings each month. If we are a member of a community group  having a rep from your group, agency or organization make contact with CPE  is a great way to get further involved in public education issues.  Or you can browse through our site and find a member group that most closely fits your perspective and then get in touch with them directly.

Step 2

An important next step is to learn more about current issues. Join our Facebok group to keep up to date on the key issues, people and debates involved in this ongoing battle.

Step 3

Another good step is to start engaging. Comment on postings, news articles, facebook and twitter postings, leave comments on politicians’ blogs, leave comments on our blog – or even start your own blog!

The most important thing is to speak up and speak out and let those in power know that you’re not going to tolerate any further degradation in our school system. The key points are staying up to date, staying connected, and speaking out. If enough of us do that… we can rebuild public education in Toronto and create the best, well-funded system our kids and our neighbourhoods need and deserve.

Step 4

Contact your school trustee about the issues you feel are priority in your neighbourhood. Request tht they report on their progress on advancing these issues at the board.