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Lisi will have a hearing in November or December, and could be asked to answer for some of the details unveiled in the police
Toronto's City Hall press corp eagerly awaited the release of the verdict in the Rob Ford appeal on Friday morning. The mayor's
Rob Ford's appeal of his removal from office has been granted and Twitter is alight with responses. The decision of a three
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's appeal of his removal from office has been granted by a three-judge panel of the Ontario Divisional
Today is judgment day for Toronto Mayor Rob Ford. After a tumultuous two years in office and a court challenge to his leadership
Alan Lenczner, Mayor Ford's defence attorney, is a damn good lawyer -- arguably the best litigator around. And he did a bang-up job in court on Monday during Rob Ford's appeal hearing in downtown Toronto. His argument is a legitimate one -- but his argument won't work. That's because it is a policy argument and not a legal argument. Appeal Courts, in general, are not there to reconsider facts -- just law. The appeal will fail.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford vows to continue "fighting for the taxpayers" in his work at city hall, while he awaits a decision
On Monday, the legal team representing Toronto Mayor Rob Ford will be back in court trying to keep him in office. That's
The outcome was inevitable and predictable. Former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford was found in contravention of the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act. Whether one is a supporter of Ford or not, Justice Charles Hackland's decision reinforces the importance of two issues -- governance and trust. What went wrong in this scenario?
Having found that Ford had violated provincial conflict of interest rules for municipal politicians, Ontario Superior Court