Greenberg: “I would argue that John Tory has made the most of the opportunity we have in the city”

Will John Tory’s ‘prudent’ leadership be tough enough to tackle Toronto’s big issues if he’s re-elected? The election of John Tory back in 2014 was an “earthquake” says Ken Greenberg, Toronto’s Liberal MP for…

Greenberg: “I would argue that John Tory has made the most of the opportunity we have in the city”

Will John Tory’s ‘prudent’ leadership be tough enough to tackle Toronto’s big issues if he’s re-elected?

The election of John Tory back in 2014 was an “earthquake” says Ken Greenberg, Toronto’s Liberal MP for Scarborough-Guildwood. It did not look likely that Tory would win another term in office, and to this day, the prospect of him winning the Toronto mayoralty is a “very real one,” he says.

Tory is fighting to be re-elected in 2019 with his focus on economic prosperity, affordable housing and transit. With the help of David Soknacki, the Liberals’ campaign director, Greenberg says he has “taken on the mantle of chief economic officer” in Tory’s campaign. Greenberg says he is going to do everything he can to make the “most of the opportunities we have in the city.”

Greenberg says he is focused on the city’s biggest economic challenges: inequality, poverty and housing shortages as well as labour issues and the environment. Greenberg says he “would argue that John Tory has made the most of the opportunity” that he has.

Asked if he is focused on the problems facing Toronto, Greenberg says, “Absolutely.” “I think our record is pretty good and I do think that Toronto’s going to be a city of opportunity and growth if we have the opportunity to bring new people to the table and we’ve been working on that.”

The election of John Tory back in 2014 was an “earthquake” says Ken Greenberg, Toronto’s Liberal MP for Scarborough-Guildwood. It did not look likely that Tory would win another term in office, and to this day, the prospect of him winning the Toronto mayoralty is a “very real one,” he says.

Tory is fighting to be re-elected in 2019 with his focus on economic prosperity, affordable housing and transit. With the help of David Soknacki, the Liberals’ campaign director, Greenberg says he has “taken on the mantle of chief economic officer” in Tory’

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