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What Does the Election Mean for Toronto?

I have a lot of questions about this whole thing - if you guys know the answers, let me know. I'm not interested in the inevitable mud-slinging, so hopefully over the next month I'll be able to track down some folks with relevant and cogent responses, too.

What's on the table - what issues are defining this election?

A few MPs aren't running again - their non-confidence vote means, essentially, they're done. Who follows them?

Is the new government going to spend most of it's time and money stumping and trying to convince us to vote?

What kind of actions can we expect from a new bunch - how long will it take them to get settled?

Will cities still get their 'new deal'?

Is voting really such a crimp in the holiday season?

What questions do you have about the election?

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