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Fact Sheet: Total number of voters as of October 17, 2014

Below is the total cumulative number of electors that voted at each voting place during the advance vote as of Friday, October 17.

Ward

Voting Location

Cumulative total as of Oct. 17

1

Elmbank Community Centre

1458

2

West Acres Seniors Centre

1544

3

Etobicoke Civic Centre

2699

4

St. Giles Kingsway Presb. Church

2799

5

Fairfield Seniors Centre

3649

6

Ourland Community Centre

2584

7

Domenico DiLuca Community Centre

799

8

Driftwood Community Centre

953

9

Northwood Community Centre

776

10

Irving W Chapley Community Centre

2028

11

David Appleton Community Centre

1148

12

Amesbury Community Centre

1446

13

Annette Recreation Centre

2698

14

Masaryk-Cowan Community Centre

1812

15

Glen Long Community Centre

1494

16

Armour Heights Community Centre

3180

17

J.J. Piccininni Community Centre

1608

18

Wallace-Emerson Community Centre

1420

19

Trinity Community Recreation Centre

2035

20

Cecil Community Centre

2211

21

Artscape Wychwood Barns

2664

22

Timothy Eaton Memorial Church

3654

23

Edithvale Community Centre

2850

24

Cummer Park Community Centre

2201

25

Banbury Community Centre

3637

26

Leaside Arena

2463

27

519 Church Street Community Centre

3619

28

St. Lawrence Community Centre

2131

29

East York Community Centre

2499

30

Matty Eckler Community Centre

2528

31

Stan Wadlow Clubhouse

1976

32

Beaches Recreation Centre

2684

33

Oriole Community Resource Centre

1423

34

Broadlands Community Centre

1837

35

Warden Hilltop Community Centre

1397

36

Birchmount Community Centre

2214

37

McGregor Park Community Centre

1950

38

Centennial Recreation Centre

1768

39

L'Amoreaux Community Centre

1644

40

Stephen Leacock Community Centre

1850

41

Agincourt Recreation Centre

1942

42

Burrows Hall Community Centre

1968

43

Curran Hall Community Centre

1686

44

Heron Park Community Centre

2874

All Wards

City Hall

4232

Total

 

98032

 

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 Media contact: Leisa Odlum, Strategic Communications, 416-397-5313, lodlum@toronto.ca

 


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