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Olivia Chow was the only Toronto mayoral candidate to make direct mention of Rob Ford's substance abuse issues during a raucous
Marion Barry, the former mayor of Washington, D.C. who was once caught on camera smoking crack cocaine, says Rob Ford is
Nobody knows for sure what to expect when Toronto Mayor Rob Ford returns from rehab next week. But Olivia Chow reminded voters
With the recent media focus on addiction issues, one of the most common questions emerging is: What is rehab really like? Having worked in the field of addiction and residential treatment facilities for 34 years, I have had the privilege of working with many individuals battling addiction.
But The Globe published an editorial Tuesday also arguing Torontonians deserve more clarity in light of Rob Ford's previous
Mayor Ford has finally allowed himself, in his own words, to be "vulnerable" and seek help for his substance abuse problems. I don't like Ford. I didn't vote for him. Politically, he and I are at opposite ends of the spectrum. He has shown misogynistic, racist and homophobic streaks. A lot of people like his regular-folk demeanour and manner of speaking, but I cringe at his delivery. I hope he doesn't get re-elected. But the man is, by all accounts, an addict. He deserves some privacy, and some decent human compassion for what he, and his family, are suffering.
Toronto Councillor Doug Ford fought back tears Thursday as he addressed the news that his brother, Rob, will take a leave
Toronto mayoral candidate Olivia Chow says that while she is pleased Rob Ford is seeking professional help for substance
And he has other issues. Like balance. This guy was reportedly connected to Al Capone. And coordination. Toronto is bigger
Olivia Chow says the new revelations surrounding Toronto Mayor Rob Ford and drugs prove he is not fit to lead Canada's largest