WATCH: Sarah Thomson sings about transit

Yep. Sings.

On the YouTube page where it was posted, the question is: What other Mayoral Candidate cares enough about transit to sing about it?

The answer is Sarah Thomson.

Have a listen to the Toronto Mayoral Candidate, trying to drum up support for her 30 million dollar transit plan.

Thomson also ran for Mayor in 2010, before eventually dropping out and backing George Smitherman.

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  1. Ernie posted on 04/28/2014 08:54 PM
    "Lets stop the fight..Lets work together"

    So long as working together means subways ....
  2. don was right posted on 04/28/2014 09:04 PM
    Excellent Sarah. Makes it that much easier to vote for RoFO than something as dumb as this
  3. Kelly posted on 04/28/2014 11:16 PM
    Can i kum on her eyes, please?!
  4. Arthur posted on 04/29/2014 01:10 AM
    please! give us a break!
    for sure Rob Ford has her beat by about 10%
  5. Mike from the hinterland posted on 04/29/2014 05:58 AM
    Really, another psycho to go along with Rob Ford! What a city!
    Let us bring in Dr. Phil and have an intervention for the both of them!
  6. dama posted on 04/29/2014 02:28 PM
    Dont forget to remind Sarah to keep her day job ..

    Imagine her singing on every bill on council.. she wil drives everyone crazy..

    Lets have some ganja..
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