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A weekend incident in which a drink was thrown at Toronto Mayor Rob Ford highlights the need for him to have a security detail
The Ford brothers — Toronto mayor Rob Ford and his city councillor brother Doug — took aim yet again at the Toronto Star
Tim Hudak's Ontario Conservatives are distancing themselves from Doug Ford, the Toronto city councillor and brother to embattled
Toronto might not be rid of Rob Ford for some time -- that is, it somehow seems more likely now that he could be re-elected in October 2014. Judging by radio call-in shows over the last week and a bit, the mayor has his fair share of supporters out there -- still, amazingly, even after everything. Some of them are delusional for sure -- the popular argument from the pro-Ford ranks that what the mayor does on his own time, even if it's crack cocaine, shouldn't matter is completely, utterly, stupid -- but there are a lot of people who still buy into his just a regular guy fighting for regular people like me shtick.
Just a few minutes into their talk show, Mayor Ford suggested the media were a "bunch of maggots," though he then apologized
Mayor Rob Ford used a weekly radio show to decry his critics, tout his own political record and declare his intention to
It's hard to escape the separate drug allegations involving Toronto Mayor Rob Ford and his brother, Toronto councillor Doug
Doug Ford has responded to a Globe and Mail report alleging the Toronto councillor sold hashish decades ago. “I think it’s
TORONTO - The man who has staunchly defended the mayor of Canada's largest city through a storm of crack cocaine use allegations