Perruzza met with The Star’s Edward Keenan to discuss his campaign.
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.
Anthony Perruzza is in, saying his priority is affordability and will focus on curbing hikes on property taxes, TTC fares, and user fees.
Le conseiller municipal de Toronto Anthony Perruzza annonce sa candidature pour tenter de succéder au maire démissionnaire John Tory le 26 juin, promettant de bloquer la hausse prévue de l’impôt foncier, notamment. Dans un communiqué, M. Perruzza note qu’il est le seul conseiller municipal se présentant à la mairie qui s’est opposé à la hausse de 7 % […]
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 […]
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, […]
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 […]
While we beg the province for money every year, we send them nearly one third of our property taxes Every other councillor running for mayor voted to raise property taxes by 7% this year, and 4.4% the year before. I did not. I know that seniors, families and young workers can’t afford one more burden. […]