Toronto Mayoral Candidates Face Off in CTV News Toronto’s DEBATE 2014, October 22

— October 14, 2014

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TORONTO(October 14, 2014) – As voters prepare to head to the polls on October27, CTV News Toronto deliversTORONTO DEBATE 2014 featuring the Top 3 mayoral candidates – OliviaChow, Doug Ford, and JohnTory – in one of the final debates of the election campaign. Airinglive Wednesday, Oct. 22 beginningat 6:30 p.m. on CTV Toronto, with a live video stream of the eventavailable on CTVNews.ca, and on the CTV News GO app, the 90-minute debatecreates a platform for Torontonians to voice their concerns on the issues thatmatter most, whether city-wide or neighbourhood-focused. Moderated by CTV NewsToronto Co-Anchor Ken Shaw, voters across the city will have an opportunity toshape the content of debate and ask the candidates the hard questionsfirst-hand, letting their voices be heard before casting their ballots onElection Day.

 

Viewers are invited to helpset the agenda and participate in the debate by submitting their questions to DEBATEQUESTIONS@CTV.ca or through thestation’s website at toronto.ctvnews.ca. Viewers can also weighin on the mayoral race through CTV News Toronto’s Hububforum at hubub.com/ctvtoronto.

 

**MEDIANOTE: Immediately following TORONTODEBATE 2014, there will be a photo opportunity with candidatesin-studio followed by media scrums. Journalists and photographers who wish toattend CTV News Toronto’s mayoral debate may RSVPto julie.macfarlane@bellmedia.caby Monday, Oct. 20,2014.**

 

“With a broad cross-sectionof voters steering the content of the debate, viewers will have an opportunityto be part of the conversation with their next municipal leader,” said PaulRogers, Senior Vice-President, CTV Toronto. “Our goal is to create an inclusivediscussion, and help ensure voters are informed on the pressing everyday issuesthat affect Torontonians, by providing a platform for voters to have theirvoices heard.”

 

TORONTODEBATE 2014 follows a half-hour CTV NEWS AT SIX broadcast, airing from6-6:30 p.m. Viewers can catch a simulcast of the newscast and debate on CP24.Following the debate, CP24 will continue to deliver live reaction and thelatest breaking news.

 

SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS:

Twitter:

@CTVNews

@CTVToronto
@CTV_PR

@KenShaw

 

Facebook:
facebook.com/CTVNews

facebook.com/CTVToronto

 

About CTVNews

CTV News is Canada’smost-watched news organization both locally and nationally, and has a networkof national, international, and local news operations. CTV News operationsinclude CTV NEWS CHANNEL, BNN – Business News Network, CP24, and informationprogramming, including CTV NATIONAL NEWS WITH LISA LAFLAMME, CTV NATIONAL NEWSWITH SANDIE RINALDO, CANADA AM, W5, POWER PLAY, and QUESTION PERIOD. Flagshipnews sites include CTVNEWS.ca, as wellas CP24.com and BNN.ca,and are complemented by the all-new CTV NewsGO and CP24 GO apps, which provide adirect connection to Canada’s most trusted news anytime and anywhere. With aperspective that is distinctly Canadian, CTV News brings Canadians theinternational and domestic news stories of the day and is the #1 newsorganization in Canada.

 

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For more information, pleasecontact:

Julie MacFarlane, Bell Media,416.384.4623 or julie.macfarlane@bellmedia.ca

PatriciaGarcia, Bell Media, 416.384.4526 or patricia.garcia@bellmedia.ca