Mayor Rob Ford
Funeral details for the late politician have been shared by his family.
He was a seemingly well-intentioned politician with a problem in the limelight of municipal politics and you'll be hard pressed to find a Torontonian without an opinion. But if you look past the madness of his political term and stay focused on his politics, you'll find a mayor who's left a legacy to be proud of.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford was asked to leave an advance voting location on Saturday, city staff has confirmed. Ford had arrived
While not speculating on his prognosis, Ford's doctor, Dr. Zane Cohen, a colorectal surgeon at Mount Sinai Hospital, said
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford and his family are still waiting for more information about the tumour that has been discovered inside
With only six weeks to go until Toronto elects its next municipal government, Doug Ford, the obnoxious, ignorant, careless, and deeply polarizing former Councillor with his own conflicts of interest and drug dealing past, is now stepping in to try to rescue his brother's administration. Good luck with that. Regardless of the end result of Rob Ford's medical situation, whether it's manageable or not (and again let's hope it is a solvable problem), it's the end of a turbulent era in Toronto politics.
Ford raised the subject during a speech to a business conference in Toronto on Saturday. He told the National Franchise and
For a sophisticated city like Toronto, it is embarrassing to see the leading candidates passing random lines drawn on a map for transit plans. These so-called plans lack research, engineering cost and ridership estimates, and transit revenue forecasts. At best, one could call these plans the transit dreams of mayoral hopefuls. However, given the underestimated costs and overestimated benefits of these proposals, it is likely that the politicians' dream would become taxpayers' nightmare.
Every day all of us, no matter what skin colour, no matter how much money one has, and no matter what job we have, will use
Rob Ford isn't afraid of ice-cold water. That's what Toronto's mayor showed after he accepted former Toronto Maple Leaf Tie