Bordered by Steeles Avenue to the north, Highway 401 to the south, Victoria Park Avenue to the west, and Midland Avenue to the east, Scarborough-Agincourt is one of the most diverse wards in the city—81 percent of the population identifies as a visible minority and 66 percent of residents are immigrants. Affordable housing is a key issue in the ward, with 47.4 percent of households paying more than 30 percent of their income towards shelter costs. Incumbent councillor Nick Mantas won a by-election in 2021, after former councillor Jim Karygiannis was removed from office due to campaign overspending during the 2018 election.

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