Kristyn Wong-Tam, City Councillor for Ward 27, Toronto Centre—Rosedale
Chris Moise's leadership and engagement within the community is a shining example of exactly of the kind of voice and vision the TDSB needs. Chris’ policies surrounding enhancing equity, maintaining an inclusive sex-ed curriculum, and ensuring the proper allocation of resources to the many schools in his ward makes his the absolute best choice for Trustee in 2018.
— Kristyn Wong-Tam
City Councillor for Ward 27, Toronto Centre—Rosedale
Mike Layton, City Councillor for Ward 19, Trinity—Spadina
I have worked directly with Chris for many years and am inspired by the work he has done at the TDSB. Chris has championed numerous equity and infrastructure-focused programs during his time as Vice Chair and Trustee, improving the educational quality of all students in Toronto. It is more crucial than ever to have someone who will continue to be a progressive, strong voice for our teachers, parents and students in the face of Doug Ford’s divisive tactics. The health, safety and education of our children comes first and there is no one better to combat Ford's regressive policies than Chris Moise. He has my full support.
— Mike Layton
City Councillor for Ward 19, Trinity—Spadina
Suze Morrison, MPP for Toronto Centre
Chris Moise is an exceptional community leader and I am very proud to throw my support behind him. As a Trustee for our community, Chris has been a wonderful, hard-working and effective representative.
— Suze Morrison
MPP for Toronto Centre
Jessica Bell, MPP for University—Rosedale
I’ve known Chris to be a strong leader, progressive advocate, and a truly passionate and engaged member of his community. He stood up to Doug Ford in the fight to maintain democracy in our city, and I am confident he will continue to do so at the TDSB. Chris’ knowledge, insight and experience as a Trustee is unrivaled, and his re-election will ensure that our schools remain progressive, safe and equitable hubs in which our children can learn and grow in.
— Jessica Bell
MPP for University—Rosedale
Marit Stiles, MPP for Davenport & Education Critic
I worked closely with Chris as a TDSB trustee, and saw first-hand his integrity, commitment to his community and leadership in public education. He stood up to Doug Ford’s attempt to derail our city elections, and inspired so many. We’ll need Chris at the school board, continuing to fight Ford’s regressive policies, protect public education and save sex ed. I’m so pleased to endorse Chris Moise for Trustee!
— Marit Stiles
MPP for Davenport & Education Critic
Rev. Dr. Brent Hawkes
I enthusiastically endorse Chris to be TDSB Trustee of Toronto Centre, University-Rosedale because I know he'll be an inclusive and effective advocate for our students, parents, teachers and for our community. In the decade I've known him, he's proven time and time again that he has the right leadership, skills, and experience to be a powerful voice and deliver results.
— Rev. Dr. Brent Hawkes
John Caliendo, Yorkville Resident
For almost 21 years the community had tried to undertake the revitalization of Jesse Ketchum Parkette -- a small but vital City-maintained park on TDSB-owned land. Despite funding being in place, the 2 entities could not agree on a renewed operating agreement. With the election of Chris as Trustee, a new spirit of cooperation ensued and the project is now slated for completion in late 2018. His leadership was instrumental and it is gratifying to hear that his priorities include greater respect for our public realm as our city intensifies -- including pedestrian and bicycle accommodation and safety. I’m am confident Chris will bring that same effective leadership in his continued role as Trustee, Toronto Centre, University-Rosedale.
— John Caliendo
Doug Kerr, LGBTQ Activist, Parent & Glad Day Bookshop Co-Owner
As a parent, small business owner, and community activist, I’ve watched Chris prove his leadership as our public school board Trustee by tirelessly advocating and championing equity and real solutions that work. I know that Chris will continue to ensure that under his watch, our schools will stay safe, secure, and welcoming to all.
— Doug Kerr
LGBTQ Activist, Parent & Glad Day Bookshop Co-Owner