Bike Spotting at St. George and Hoskin: Is bike policy an important part of your vote for mayor?

Photos by Jeff Carson, Interviews by Jenna Campbell and Jeff Carson

We hit the streets on election day to find out how big a factor a candidate’s bike policy was for voters.


Yeah I will be voting for sure, (bike policy) actually matters a lot to me.

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dandyhorse October newsletter

Image of mayoral candidates profiled by dandyhorse for the municipal election.

Well dandies, it’s been a long campaign and a busy fall season, but the election is finally upon us. If you’re still trying to make up your mind about which mayoral candidate is right for you (in terms of bike policy), you can check out our handy dandy candidate profiles. Just be sure to get out there and vote!

This newsletter has great stories about Bike Spotting on Kingnews about the Pan Am Path, Jenna Campbell continued to explore the city’s bike lanes as a new cyclist on Harbord and Shaw streets and ward 20 council candidate Albert Koehl wondered if we are placing more importance on parking spots than on pedestrian and cyclist safety.

Check it out here and subscribe to our newsletter here.

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