Toronto Police have a “digital video file” showing Mayor Rob Ford doing stuff that is “consistent” with media reports. So: they found the crack tape.
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Information on the mayor's possible criminal associations should be revealed without compromising defendants' rights
As every Canadian with an internet connection knows by now, Toronto mayor Rob Ford has had an eventful summer. Since mid-May Ford has been dealing with accusations that he has smoked crack and that his brother, city councillor Doug, was a teenaged drug kingpin in Etobicoke, among other things.
This morning Toronto Mayor Rob Ford bested iconic wrestler Hulk Hogan in an arm wrestling match. Based on Hogan’s trashtalk, we should all have been rooting for him. We almost had a Mayor Hogan!
Rob Ford, the world’s greatest mayor, almost met his end at the hands of his sister’s ex-boyfriend, who showed up at his house early last year demanding money and later threatened to kill the mayor with a machete or a gun.
While the bulk of Canadian political coverage in the last week has been split between drug dealing in Toronto and corrupt senators in Ottawa, Winnipeg’s mayor is doing his darndest not to be left in the dust.
By now, everyone should know the basic outline of the Rob Ford crack cocaine story: Mayor allegedly hangs out with drug dealers, does drugs, gets filmed doing drugs, then the drug dealers try to sell the video.
Late Thursday night, Gawker (and later, reluctantly, the Toronto Star) reported having viewed a video showing Toronto mayor Rob Ford smoking crack cocaine. By now, everyone knows that. What we don’t know is Rob Ford’s side of the story.
In light of all the scandals brewing across the country right now, the Albatross has graciously combed through the shit piles to give you a briefing on some of the best scandals and allegations plaguing Canada’s mayors.
On Wednesday June 6, Toronto city council voted to approve a citywide ban on plastic shopping bags, effective Jan. 1, 2013. Why? Because fuck Rob Ford!
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is on a six-month mission to lose 50 pounds by June 19. The mayor and his brother Doug Ford, both big guys, started the “Cut the Waist” challenge in an effort to get healthier. The entire city needs him to keep losing weight.
Rob Ford is notably paranoid about reporters “spying” on his property, which is why he made the rational decision of being one of the very few Torontonians per year who attempt to buy part of a public park, in order to build a security fence to keep “journalists” away.