Toronto’s Globalist Mayor John Tory Suddenly Steps Down

ER Editor: Toronto mayor John Tory is a member of the WEF and a key player in the Global Cities ( movement. Here is his WEF mention and C40:


Here is the link to stories involving Tory in Toronto: A glance at the headlines there tell us that it’s all ‘saving the planet’ policy excuses.

A reminder that the global cities idea is to hook us all up to the internet of things (IoT), have us monitored continuously through smart technology (installed both in our homes and in our bodies), and restrict our movements through various ‘climate change’ excuses. Especially if they can induce or force us into stacked-up apartment living. From then comes the 15 minute city idea causing havoc in the UK currently. Some of the harshest stories of Covid nonsense, vaccine imposition, etc. have come out of the Canadian province of Ontario, of which Toronto is the capital. It’s been the province with the biggest number of dead doctors, for example. See

Dr. Makis: The Number of Dead Canadian Doctors Has Risen to 93 [VIDEO]

Ontario Premier Doug Ford turns out to have been a WEF member, but conveniently had his membership scrubbed from the site a year ago (like Pierre Poilievre, who pretends he’s not a globalist). Here is the site dedicated to tracking down globalist Canadian politicians:


Jim Watson, mayor of Ottawa, was the one who presided over harsh police policies toward the trucker protestors. From one year ago —

Sitrep Ottawa Feb.6 – Police Seizing Fuel Supplies, Criminalizing Supporters [VIDEOS]


Just before the weekend arrives, Tory steps down for what is these days something pretty minor. And clearly from the article below, he had a lot of power he’d had a hand in obtaining for his office, and had recently been elected for a third term. What are the chances?


Incoming Toronto mayor has large mandate, opportunity for new directions after Tory


TORONTO – The surprise resignation of Toronto Mayor John Tory has put the city’s future in flux while presenting an opportunity to move matters of pressing public interest in a new direction, political observers said Saturday as they processed the abrupt departure.

The mayor who presided over two relatively scandal-free terms at City Hall and had recently been elected for a third lobbed a political bombshell on Friday when he announced he’d be stepping down after having an affair with a former member of his office staff. The Toronto Star first broke news of the relationship that Tory later characterized as a “serious error in judgment.”

His resignation comes days before the city budget was due to be presented and lands amid mounting public concern about homelessness, crime and the municipal transit system.

Matti Siemiatycki, a professor at the University of Toronto’s geography and planning department, said those factors — combined with a recently enacted piece of provincial legislation — highlight the importance of the office Tory is vacating.

He said the Act enshrining “strong mayor powers” gives the mayors of Toronto and Ottawa the ability to enact certain bylaws even if a minority of councillors are not in favour, among other measures.

“With him now gone, there is a real vacuum and uncertainty,” Siemiatycki said in an interview.

Tory is leaving his post amid heightened criticism about the state of Toronto under his leadership. His opponents in the October 2022 municipal election noted the high cost of housing, aging infrastructure, overflowing garbage bins and shuttered parks as they tried to mount a credible challenge to his leadership.

Tory also faced criticism for his handling of Toronto’s housing crisis. The city’s shelter capacity is stretched to its limits amid increasing strain, and the provincial Progressive Conservative government cited the need to build more homes as part of the rationale behind the new “strong mayor” powers.

Those rules enable the mayor of Toronto to veto bylaws, prepare budgets and appoint chief administrative officers even when encountering opposition.

Siemiatycki noted Tory had a hand in negotiating the powers, which will now outlast his time in office.



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