Toronto city council has appointed councilors for two wards left vacant after resignations earlier this year.
The City of Toronto said in a news release Wednesday that Joe Mihevc has been appointed for Ward 10 — Spadina-Fort York and Robin Buxton Potts for Ward 13 — Toronto Centre.
Joe Cressy was previously the councilor for Ward 10. He announced his resignation earlier this year, saying he was leaving politics for a position at George Brown College.
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Kristyn Wong-Tam represented Ward 13 before announcing her resignation in order to run for the NDP in the provincial election.
Mihevc previously served as a Toronto city councillor, while Potts was Wong-Tam’s chief of staff.
In the release, the City said that last month council declared the seats vacant and approved a process to fill them by appointment.
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The City said that council must fill vacancies when it is more than 90 days until the next municipal election, which is on Oct. 24.
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Byelections are not allowed to take place after March 31 in an election year.
The appointment process included a total of 27 candidates.
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