Toronto Mayor John Tory suggested renaming a football stadium in Etobicoke.
As chief of staff for one of the world's most notorious politicians, I learned a few things that Team Trump might find useful.
"Coming to Broadway, Heritage Minutes: The Musical."
Yes, that video.
"I'm gonna stop the gravy train."
With his crack scandal and erratic, destructive behaviour, Rob Ford turned Toronto inside out. He also forced the city's cognoscenti to recognize some of the people they had been overlooking.
A brief look at a memorable man.
"Good bye, Coach."
"The most surprising thing of the Rob Ford dying news is he was only 46."
A complicated, but unforgettable, legacy.
The former Toronto mayor who became internationally famous died of cancer today.
Who can defeat the flying murder machines?
Twitter Rob Ford is suddenly interesting.
"Anyone can come."
Red tracksuits on fleek.
Sorry, we thought you'd want to do it.
Former staffer and longtime family friend David Price speaks out.
The 45-year-old Canadian political firebrand completed surgery on Monday to remove a cancerous tumor in his abdomen.
Rob Ford and his brother, Doug, swapped races for mayor and the council seat after Rob was found to have a tumor in his abdomen. On Monday, Rob hinted another campaign for mayor was ahead for one of the brothers.
"A sandwich as mayor."
The Toronto mayor has been diagnosed with a malignant abdominal tumor.
His brother Doug Ford is running for mayor in his place.
The mayor was admitted to a hospital for further tests for what doctors describe as a "working diagnosis" of a tumor. The pain "became unbearable for him."
Tyson was in Toronto for his show Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth, but had also recently met Mayor Rob Ford. Warning: Graphic language.
Because...no one knows anymore.
Never mess with a Canadian when it comes to buckets of ice.
Sports aren't for everyone.
One of these men will order five espressos in one cup.
Now we're having fun.
SHIRTLESS JOGGER VS. FORD NATION!
The Toronto mayor on his drug use: "You name it, I pretty well covered it."
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is back and says he "looks forward to serving you for many, many more years."
Those damn Canadians, eh.
And he wants to be sure he can get in to his office. "Please make the necessary arrangements for my office locks to be restored to their state prior to my departure."
After speculation about his whereabouts, the mayor spoke to the Toronto Sun to confirm he is in treatment for addiction.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is seeking help for a substance abuse problem after a new video emerged Wednesday of him smoking what's described as crack cocaine.
Mayor Rob Ford has accepted the terms of a bet by Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams over the Brooklyn Nets and Toronto Raptors NBA playoff series. The wager: not beer.
"I totally Oprah'd at the bar last night!"
Toronto resident Matthew Wong — aka redditor _M4TTH3W_ — has created the "Rob Ford Scale".
This 8-bit tribute to Toronto's embattled mayor features all the things Rob Ford may — but hasn't been proven to — enjoy.
"Jeff McElroy promises to just smoke pot as mayor, not crack."
And Ford isn't very happy about how it went.
"This is about being patriotic to your country, this is not about someone's sexual preference," the Toronto mayor said after ordering the flag down. He's since settled for the rainbow flag and Canadian flag flying together.
Rob Ford getting tickled by a fellow Toronto official! Squeeeeee!
"Think back to when you were 19, guys."
"In 2013 Rob Ford, Mayor of this fourth largest city in N. America, first said he smoked weed, not crack...then yes, OK, crack, too."
The admitted crack-smoking mayor said that "we all experience these difficult bumps in life."
Did he just say "bumbaclot"? UPDATE: Ford admitted to reporters he was drinking last night with some friends but said he hadn't used other drugs.