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David Miller (Canadian politician): Quiz

  
  

Question 1: [34] The ________ newspaper, journalist Royson James and councillors Raymond Cho and Michael Walker also endorsed Miller near the end of the campaign.
The Globe and MailNational PostToronto StarOttawa Citizen

Question 2: Soon after his election, Miller led the council to reverse its support for the ________ Bridge.
Kingston/Norman Rogers AirportBilly Bishop Toronto City AirportToronto Pearson International AirportOttawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport

Question 3: His American father, Joe Miller, died of cancer in 1960, and his English mother Joan returned with her son to Thriplow, south of ________.
YorkNorwichPeterboroughCambridge

Question 4: [212] ________, McGuinty's Municipal Affairs Minister, argued that the AMO arrangement would still permit the province to negotiate with Toronto to specific issues.
Michael ColleJohn GerretsenDwight DuncanGerry Phillips

Question 5: [201] Liberal MP ________ said the proposal needed to be further defined before any party would support it.
John GodfreyPeter MillikenBob RaePaul Martin

Question 6: , the ________ and the Toronto Professional Fire Fighters Association.
Canadian Union of Public EmployeesCanadian Auto WorkersCanadian Union of Postal WorkersCanadian Labour Congress

Question 7: [4] He represented ________ residents in a 1985 arbitration case while an articling student, and later described this experience as his introduction to municipal politics.
Christie Pits ParkKensington MarketLittle Italy, TorontoToronto Islands

Question 8: For full results, see ________.
Toronto City CouncilToronto municipal election, 2003Toronto municipal election, 2000Toronto municipal election, 2006

Question 9: He first campaigned for the ________ council in 1991, arguing that Toronto needed to improve its public transit system to establish itself as a world-class city.
Metropolitan TorontoYork, Upper CanadaToronto IslandsToronto waterfront

Question 10: Miller issued a formal apology on behalf of the TTC in June 1999, following complaints about a subway advertisement by the Toronto police union that some believed depicted ________ as criminals.
HispanicHispanic and Latino AmericansSpainLatin America
















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