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Mayor of Toronto Rob Ford: Robert Bruce "Rob" Ford (born May 28, 1969) is a Canadian

politician and businessman. He is the sixty-fourth and current Mayor of Toronto,

Ontario, Canada. Ford was elected mayor in the 2010 mayoral election, and took office on

December first of that year.

Prior to being mayor, Ford was city councillor for a ward in the Toronto district of

Etobicoke. He was first elected to city council in the 2000 Toronto municipal election,



and was reelected to his council seat in 2003 and again in 2006. His brother Doug Ford,

Jr. is currently a Toronto city councillor. Ford's father Doug Ford, Sr. was also a

politician and served as MPP. The Ford family owns Deco Labels, a multi-national

labelling and printing firm based in Etobicoke.

Rob Ford crack scandal: The lingering questions Toronto mayor admitted Tuesday he has used crack cocaine, months after a video scandal erupted

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford finally admitted Tuesday he has used crack cocaine, five months

after news reports surfaced that he was caught on video purportedly smoking from a crack

pipe.

Whether Ford had used the illegal drug was a key question in the video scandal

surrounding the mayor of Canada's largest city. But numerous other questions remain

unanswered, including:

Why does Ford appear in a photo alongside suspected gang members, outside a building

that police believe is a crack house?

On May 16, U.S. gossip website Gawker.com and the Toronto Star published stories about a

video allegedly showing the mayor smoking from a crack pipe. Both media outlets said the

video was being shopped around by an unnamed source.

Tell us what you think about this incredible video, Does Rob Ford need to go or should

only the people decide?

1 comment:

  1. Mayoral election is being 2010 and mayor eleted on this year for her job. Really usefull information about mayor job and his life. Check airport taxi services.

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