Rob Ford scandal
It's been more than a year since Ford was revealed to be a crack smoker but he has maintained his meaty grip on power, and is currently dominating the media coverage of Toronto's upcoming municipal election. To pull this off, Ford has redefined the art of crisis communications, demonstrating that you can survive scandal by simply avoiding the truth or drowning it out. Ford is not, of course, the first to use silence, denial and obfuscation to advance his own interests.
For the longest time, councillor Doug Ford has often been uttering one of the least intelligent statements about blacks in Toronto. In defending the shortcomings of his brother, Mayor Rob Ford, he often remarks how "Rob Ford has done more for the black community than the hundreds of black leaders in the community." I beg to differ.
You've got to hand it to Rob Ford: His passion for coaching high school football is undeniable. Author Robyn Doolittle appeared
While in B.C. for a funeral, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford was spotted at Coquitlam pub the Foggy Dew (and, uh, ticketed for jaywalking
It seems the situation in Toronto has officially gone from awkward to extremely awkward. Embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford
"I was just dumbfounded," Thompson said Wednesday in an interview on CBC Radio's Metro Morning. "We'd heard from the mayor
In politics, 2013 might be remembered as the year politicians tainted by scandal decided that the concept of honour no longer
Since he’s admitted to smoking crack cocaine, Rob Ford has asked Toronto voters to separate what he’s done in office from
Rob Ford is not backing down from his vile suggestion that a Toronto Star reporter leaned over his fence and took photos
Dale also tweeted after the show, thanking followers for their support. The journalist denounced Ford's remarks in an interview