• It’s time to stand up for Toronto and get a new deal

    I won’t raise property taxes this year to hand it over to Doug Ford. It’s time to stop begging the provincial government for funds and demand a better deal.


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  • This campaign message in the Toronto mayoral election is nothing new — but there’s a genuinely interesting twist [Toronto Star]

    Perruzza met with The Star’s Edward Keenan to discuss his campaign.


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  • Perruzza announces Rapid Work Crews to fix and upkeep Toronto streets better and faster

    Perruzza announced his plan to create eight Rapid Work Crews to fix and upkeep Toronto streets.


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  • Interview on 640 Toronto [Radio]

    Anthony joined AM640 host Alex Pierson for a discussion on what his priorities are for this campaign and why he’s running to be Toronto’s next mayor. Tune in here.


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  • Perruzza’s affordability tour visits Rexdale family

    During the third stop of his affordability tour, mayoral candidate Anthony Perruzza met with Etobicoke resident Saira Batasar-Johnie and her family.


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  • People in the Dufferin and Eglinton area can’t afford to pay higher property tax, TTC fares

    TORONTO – Mayoral candidate Anthony Perruzza was in the Fairbank area of Midtown Toronto speaking with local shoppers about affordability and what the next mayor can do to help. “People are telling me all of their bills have gone up,” said Perruzza. “We shouldn’t be making life even more expensive. That’s why I won’t raise […]


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  • Perruzza latest Toronto councillor to run for mayor [CTV]

    Another Toronto councillor is joining the crowded race to become the city’s next mayor. Humber River-Black Creek Coun. Anthony Perruzza registered at city hall on Wednesday to run in the byelection. “My priority is to help Torontonians get by in these tough times,” Perruzza said in a statement. “That means stopping the hikes on property […]


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  • Perruzza running for mayor of Toronto [Toronto Star]

    Known for his colourful speeches at city hall, the representative for Ward 7, Humber-River Black Creek is considered part of council’s centrist faction. The field of Toronto mayoral candidates got a little more crowded Wednesday when veteran council member Anthony Perruzza signed up for the June 26 byelection.  Known for his colourful speeches at city hall, […]


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  • Long-time city councillor running in Toronto’s mayoral race [Global]

    Toronto councillor Anthony Perruzza has thrown his hat in the running to become mayor of the city. In a press release, Perruzza’s team confirmed he had registered at City Hall to run on Wednesday. Perruzza said his priority is to “help Torontonians get by in these tough times.” “That means stopping the hikes on property […]


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