Election 2022

These maps and questions were created for the 2018 Toronto municipal election. The maps have not changed and are the same for Municipal and Provincial wards/ridings. These files are to be used as models for any organization that finds them useful. See the Advocacy page for the many organization working towards making nature an important issue in upcoming elections.

Municipal Election – Monday, October 24

MyVote is Toronto’s official web application that has everything to help you access information on candidates and on the many ways to vote. Find your ward, candidates, where and when to vote.

Find all candidates by Ward with contact information and website/social media links. (Mayor, Councillors, Trustees, 3rd Party advisors)

Know Your Vote T.O. is a municipal election candidate civic learning website developed by the Toronto Public Library. Learn what the candidates running in your ward think about Toronto’s biggest issues.

Vote Compass – Find out how your views align with each of the candidates (Toronto Star) Use our tool to see which candidate is right for you. Take the Vote Compass survey to compare your views and find your political match.

TEA Greener City for All Pledge results. The Toronto Environmental Alliance has a ward map with those candidates that have signed their pledge. After the election, TEA will be tracking City Council’s votes and progress on these commitments and working with communities across Toronto to hold Council members accountable.

Questions for candidates & Ward Maps with Natural Heritage areas. 

Select your Ward and see the natural heritage features that need protecting.

Questions for Candidates 2022, MayorWard 1Ward 2Ward 3Ward 4Ward 5Ward 6Ward 7Ward 8Ward 9Ward 10Ward 11Ward 12Ward 13Ward 14Ward 15 Ward 16Ward 17Ward 18Ward 19Ward 20Ward 21Ward 22Ward 23Ward 24Ward 25, full city map with wards


What will you do to preserve biodiversity and natural heritage in your Provincial and Municipal wards and across Toronto?

Toronto is not just an artificial island composed of concrete, asphalt, glass and steel. Our city is an integral living part of the earth.

Our natural areas are under constant pressures from inappropriate uses, growing recreational demands, development, invasive species and climate change.

Fortunately, these areas are protected to a significant degree by policies, bylaws and strategies. But protective measures can only make a real difference if they are funded, implemented and enforced.

How You Can Help — Download and print  the applicable Candidate’s Questions & Map handouts and give it to candidates running for City Council. You can email your candidates with a link to the online form and you can also use it to ask a question at an all-candidates meeting or at your door. Let candidates know that our natural heritage matters! 

Questions for Candidates 2022, Mayor

CANDIDATES:  Please answer here online…

Source: City of Toronto Interactive Map (Toronto Maps v2)

See also: Laws, Plans & Strategies – links to key City documents

Provincial Election links:

Ontario Nature has a campaign called Vote for Nature for the 2022 Provincial Election.  Enter your name and postal code and a letter will be sent to the appropriate recipients. Here are the responses to their questions.

Green Prosperity has Questions and Answers from Provincial candidates.