David Soknacki raises tenor of mayoral race !

Soknacki’s campaign has been thoughtful and thorough, putting important subjects into the spotlight and raising the bar for debate.

You need imagination to be a mayoral candidate. You need to be able to imagine solutions to the city’s problems, and that you’re a key part of implementing them. You need to imagine what it is like to live in different parts of the city, and ways to communicate with people in all those places. And if the polls are looking grim, you have to be able to imagine a way you still might win.

Read the full article in The Star HERE.

BlogTo: 5 things you didn't know about David Soknacki 

What does 2014 mayoral candidate David Soknacki bring to the race? NOW's Jonathan Goldsbie joins the Post's Chris Selley and Matt Gurney in taking the measure of the man. Goldsbie: When I finished reading the 3,800 words of speaking notes for David Soknacki's Jan. 23 speech to the Toronto Region Board of Trade, I sighed. "Oh…

David Soknacki is boring. But after four years of Rob Ford, that might be what we crave

Louise DiRienzo stops David Soknacki in a lab where he is showing a printout from his high pressure liquid chromatograph. The spikes on the graph measure the capsaicin, or hot part, of a chili pepper. Ms. DiRienzo, the outbound logistics manager, holds out four certificates of Canadian origin for spice extracts heading to Egypt. She is…

He's a serious, penny-pinching small businessman, but David Soknacki's ready to spice up Toronto's mayoral race