Huge water bill stays: Mayor Rob Ford’s ‘Water Wars’

Huge water bill stays: Mayor Rob Ford’s ‘Water Wars’

Fellow councillor Doug Ford has told reporters he has “no intention” of stepping aside when the report is published, although he does not want his name mentioned by name.

Mayor Rob Ford apologizes for controversial remarks on drugs and crack cocaine

The Mayor, 56, released a statement Thursday acknowledging that his remarks, made in 2007 and again in 2011 on his radio show, should not have been published until last year.

“I am disappointed,” he said. “I thought I’d put it out over time to avoid any confusion.

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Toronto mayor Rob Ford is seen in a photo released by his office Thursday morning. (CBC)

Speaking to reporters outside of City Hall, Ford also offered praise for city council, saying the public will soon decide whether he has made good on his promises.

But he said he has never spoken in the city council chambers, and if elected, he would bring the members “back into the fold,” adding that the next mayor would have a broader mandate and would have a greater chance of making the tough choices that voters will need as they prepare to decide who to support in the May 6 election.

“I think we can do a lot better than this, and I want people to know that. I know the pe더킹카지노ople will vote for me based on that understanding,” he said.

Council members at city hall were told that the mayor was to submit his report to his colleagues on Friday. The meeting will be in the mayor’s office with him on the front row.