Mike Sullivan, the former NDP candidate for Ward 11 and anti-diesel airport train campaigner, may be taking another run at the federal seat for York South-Weston.
On Tuesday, Sullivan appeared with Peggy Nash and Andrew Cash in a video that identified them all as NDP candidates. Cash and Nash had previously made their intentions to run clear, but Sullivan’s website had not announced his candidacy.
Three candidates are running for the position of councillor for Ward 11, with the municipal election still months away.
Incumbent Frances Nunziatta, who has served for three terms, is up against underdogs Leo Marshall and Abdi Hashised. Marshall has recently started a website, while Hashised appears to have no online presence.