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Rob Ford Gay Pride

Rob Ford was the only member of Toronto city council to vote against a proposal to help gay homeless youth Thursday, just
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford says that while it offends him to be called homophobic, he still doesn't feel the Pride flag should
Mayor Rob Ford says he's done everything he can to get a rainbow flag supporting gay rights taken down from Toronto's City
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford took exception to a rainbow flag raised at city hall on Friday in support of gay athletes competing
Rob Ford has admitted that he skips Pride events because it's "the way I am" rather than because of an annual trip to his
Rob Ford broke his nearly three-year-long embargo on attending Pride events Monday, but a photo from the event suggests how
After three years of conspicuous absence, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has attended his first official pride event. Ford showed
Happy Earth Day! I hope to spend today, ideally, puttering about my garden. Yes, we can all aspire to do something more high-minded, but even just beautifying your own patch of soil contributes to the pleasure of everyone around you (including even something as simple as a window box).

Relaxing, too, will help me recover from what was truly an amazing week here at HuffPost -- and what promises to be another in the coming week. In home news, Immigration Minister Jason Kenney joined our editorial team on Wednesday for dinner -- and a no-holds-barred question session, including questions from our readers. You'll be impressed by his frankness.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford says he will not be going to the city's Pride Parade for the second straight year because of an annual
For a second year in a row, Ford is not attending Toronto Pride. So what? If he did, it certainly would not make up for his quips about the HIV community. It would definitely not encourage anti-Fordists to change their minds for the next election. It would merely be a sign of Ford buckling under pressure by other council members, the press and the public. Does this sound like a worthwhile endeavour?