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June 30, 2003
New Canadians urged to get involved in November 10 Municipal Election
As new Canadians are sworn is as citizens on this Canada Day, the City of
Toronto will be reminding them of their right to vote in the Municipal Election
on November 10.

Anyone can vote if they are a Canadian citizen, 18 years old on election day
and either a resident of the City of Toronto or they or their spouse or
same-sex partner are a non-resident owner or tenant of property in the City.

"The municipal level of government touches our everyday life more than any
other level of government," said Greg Essensa, Director of Election Services
for the City of Toronto. "Every eligible elector is encouraged to exercise
their democratic right to vote."

New Canadians being sworn in on Canada Day in Toronto will receive a card from
the City with information about this year's municipal election. To get on the
voters' list or for more information, call the City's election office at
416-338-1111 or visit

Media contact:
Brad Ross, City of Toronto Media Relations, 416-392-8937; cell, 416-919-6503.



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