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One of the mayor's veteran policy aides resigned on Wednesday, the latest in a string of defections since May. Meanwhile, even Mr Ford's allies on the city council say they have lost confidence in him. Officials in Canada's largest city cannot
Watch Watch Lawyers representing several media organizations, including The Globe and Mail, will now be able to press for the release of the 119-page document that Toronto police prepared to secure search warrants in Project Traveller, a year-long
Ford earlier acknowledged he smoked crack "probably a year ago" when he was in a "drunken stupor," but balked at growing pressure on him to resign. "I was elected to do a job and that's exactly what I'm going to continue doing," Ford said. "On Oct.
As Toronto Mayor Rob Ford admits smoking crack cocaine, Canada-based journalist Lorraine Mallinder ponders why his approval ratings actually went up despite the scandal engulfing city hall. Love him or loathe him, Rob Ford is not your typical
When Toronto police Chief Bill Blair confirmed to reporters on Thursday that he had seen the controversial video of Mayor Rob Ford, in which the mayor is alleged to be smoking crack cocaine, many observers thought it marked the unofficial end of Ford'
Story The entry into that world comes through the tale of Toronto's earliest professional hockey teams...They did so while fighting a far more vicious battle off the ice: against Toronto's conservative hockey establishment, which sought to destroy
Sometimes Gawker features editor Tom Scocca responds to them. These conversations are memorialized here in an occasional feature we call Tom Tips Back. In a special treat, today's correspondence was initiated by Tom himself, in a Tip directed at
I want to move forward, but I also know to move forward I have to make changes in my life, which I can assure you that I will do," he added. "I love the work I do, and I'm going to keep doing it." The City" with his brother Doug, a member of Toronto'
I want to move forward, but I also know to move forward I have to make changes in my life, which I can assure you that I will do," he added. "I love the work I do, and I'm going to keep doing it." Toronto Police Chief William Blair disclosed the
3 November 2013 0 View comments As Toronto Mayor Rob Ford defends himself against allegations that he smoked crack new damning footage has emerged appearing to show him talking to a known drug dealer. Hidden among a 500-page report on the