Video: Gawker editor reacts after Mayor Ford denies crack cocaine use
Gawker editor-in-chief John Cook spoke to Francis D’Souza after Toronto Mayor Rob Ford said he does not use crack cocaine and is not a crack cocaine addict.
Councillor Paul Ainslie says his driver’s licence was suspended for three days after a breath test showed his blood alcohol level was in the warning zone. He called the incident embarrassing and said he won’t face any criminal charges.
TORONTO – Media cameras and microphones will once again follow Mayor Rob Ford wherever he goes, Thursday, as Ford refuses to directly address allegations of videotaped drug use.
Political affairs specialist John Stall spoke with Toronto Star reporter Kevin Donovan about the alleged video reportedly showing Toronto Mayor Rob Ford using drugs. Donovan, along with the Star’s Robyn Doolittle, reported on the story.
TORONTO – Toronto councillor Doug Ford said his brother Mayor Rob Ford is an honest man and the allegations against him are untrue.
TORONTO – Allegations of Mayor Rob Ford’s videotaped drug use are providing plenty of fodder for U.S. late-night talk show hosts.
TORONTO – Toronto is not going to roll the dice on a downtown casino.
City council rejected a proposed downtown casino for the city and expansion at Woodbine Racetrack Tuesday.
The mayor called the allegations “absolutely not true” and “ridiculous.”
Mayor Rob Ford said the recent allegations contained in a Toronto Star article are “ridiculous.”
Here is video from outside Mayor Rob Ford’s home after a published report says a video that appears to show Toronto Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack cocaine is being shopped around by a group of men allegedly involved in the drug trade.
Coun. Doug Holyday spoke to the media after a published report says a video that appears to show Toronto mayor Rob Ford smoking crack cocaine is being shopped around by a group of men allegedly involved in the drug trade.