On September 19, the Ontario Court of Appeal sided with Doug Ford, granting a stay on Bill 5, and making way for a 25-ward election, down from 47.
The new 25-ward boundaries align with the current federal and provincial electoral ridings, with minor adjustment to stay within the geographic boundaries of Toronto, according to the city.
With the municipal election just days away, Torontonians should be aware of the new ward changes that came into effect last month.
So what do the changes look like?
Here is the previous 47-electoral ward model:
And now, this is what Toronto’s latest 25-electoral ward model looks like:
For more information on the recent changes to the ward structure, voters can visit MyVote.