What is Ward 3?

One of the most confusing aspects of any election is knowing what riding/ward you are in.  Since the boundaries are not all the same for provincial/federal/municipal elections, a person may be within different geographical voting areas.  One election you may vote in the same riding as the neighbour across the road; another election you may vote in different ridings.

So what is Ward 3?

Ward 3 is considered "Etobicoke Centre".  Sounds easy enough to understand if you knew what 'centre' was for Etobicoke.  

The basic boundary lines are as follows:


Easy boundaries:

WEST: Mississauga border
NORTH: Eglinton Avenue W
EAST: Kipling Avenue

Difficult boundaries:

SOUTH (east of Hwy 427) Burnhamthorpe Road
SOUTH (west of Hwy 427) Dundas Street W

Confused?  Don't worry, you're not alone.  

The City of Toronto through Toronto Election Services have provided an easy way to determine what ward you live in.  Simply click on the link below and enter in your address.  It will give you information on who is running for what office in your ward, the ward map, where to vote information and the most important: AM I ON THE VOTER'S LIST.  Take a moment and see what ward you live in, get engaged, and remember to vote.  

Posted on March 23, 2014 .