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Doug Ford

"If I wasn't premier, I'd open up a cheesecake factory."
Ontario Premier Doug Ford previously called the politician "totally irresponsible."
This year was a rollercoaster for everyone, and the Ontario premier is no exception.
The premier’s tears didn’t translate into action, families and experts say.
The financial boost was initially offered only to the parents of elementary and middle schoolers.
Media outlets are saying the province will announce sweeping new measures on Monday.
Ontario is bypassing the normal process to kickstart dozens of new developments.
Over seven months of the coronavirus pandemic, the Ford government thoroughly inspected 11 of 626 homes.
About Doug Ford
Doug Ford is the leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario and the 26th Premier of Ontario. He was first elected to Toronto city council to represent Ward 2 Etobicoke North in 2010, when his brother Rob Ford was elected Mayor of Toronto. Doug Ford ran for Mayor of Toronto in 2014, but lost to John Tory. Ford won the leadership of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario in March 2018.