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Dear friends, family and neighbours, Thank you for putting your trust and hope in me that I would make a good candidate for councillor. The past several months have been an incredible learning experience for me. Despite not being successful … Continue reading
I was recently interviewed by The Toronto Observer for a feature about life on the campaign trail. In it, they describe the challenges of juggling a professional career with campaigning for City Councillor. Check it out!
“There’s a strong slate of people running for council this year. Among non-incumbents, I’d have few second thoughts about voting for Paul Bocking (Ward 35).” Thank you, Matt Elliott, for the warm endorsement! Read the rest of his guide to … Continue reading
I was recently interviewed by the Scarborough Mirror about the top issues in Ward 35 and in Toronto as a whole. We spoke about economic inequality, community recreation programmes, public transit, and more. To read the full interview, click here.
I am proud to have received the endorsement of CUPE Ontario, with my name listed alongside many great candidates for City Council. Thank you for your support. To see their full list of endorsed candidates, click here.
In the NOW Magazine today: Residents could find a champion in Paul Bocking, a high school teacher and PhD candidate who wants to freeze TTC fares, improve bus service, and bring businesses back into the area’s vacant industrial lands. Read … Continue reading
More than forty Gordonridge residents joined us this evening at our press conference, where we spoke out about about subpar housing conditions, bed bugs, and the need for urgent maintenance and repairs. Thank you all for your support. Together, we … Continue reading
I’m very proud to have received the endorsement of the Toronto Feral Cat Coalition. They’re an important force in promoting Trap, Neuter, and Return (TRN) programmes — a compassionate way to control the overpopulation of feral cats in our community
I spent a lovely afternoon with the residents at Chester Village Long-Term Care Facility today, speaking about many of the policies I’m advocating — including making rent and transit more affordable for retired residents of Ward 35. After working hard all their lives, … Continue reading