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Chris Moise is the City Councillor for Ward 13 - Toronto Centre. Chris has spent over two decades living and working throughout the communities in Ward 13 and is committed to improving safety, transit, housing affordability and social services while fostering equity, fairness and inclusion in all aspects of city life.

Prior to being elected to city council, Chris served as a Toronto District School Board Trustee for six years and an addictions counsellor at St. Michaels Hospital for 22 years. He has been a small business owner for over 17 years and he understands how small businesses contribute to creating vibrant local neighbourhoods.

Chris is currently a member of the following city boards and committees: Board of Health (Chair), Economic & Community Development (Small Business Advocate), Budget Committee, Civic Appointments Committee, Toronto & East York Community Council (Chair), Toronto Transit Commission, 2SLGBTQ+ Advisory Committee (Chair) and the Confronting Anti-Black Racism Advisory Committee (Chair). Chris is proud to bring his unique perspectives and lived experiences to these bodies and hopes to shape the development of robust policies and city outcomes.


Statement on 214-230 Sherbourne St

The Sherbourne and Dundas area remains a top priority for my office to see properly revitalized, and one property that comes up frequently is 214-230 Sherbourne Street. There has been some recent movement on the site, and I wanted to provide a broad update about what is happening and what some potential next steps may be.

A Step Forward: Renaming Yonge-Dundas Square and Dundas Station

On December 14, I tabled a motion, with the Mayor's support, to officially adopt the new name “Sankofa Square” for Yonge-Dundas Square by the end of Q2 2024. The motion also covered the removal of the Dundas name from three additional city assets and the launch of a public education campaign that will extend into 2025, focusing on acknowledging the impact of the trans-Atlantic slave trade and slavery.