The Mayor of Toronto Rob Ford held his annual BBQ the other day. Unlike the event attended last week by Justin Trudeau and Kathleen Wynne, which YouTube decided was unsuitable for kids (they restricted it), the BBQ was a classic family event, where everybody was welcome to have fun. It was nice to walk around without the fear of bumping into something unmentionable. Despite the hard work of the Toronto lefty politicians and "journalists" to destroy Ford, the common people still think stubbornly that they should evaluate a politician according to the job he does, not how he advances the interests of fringe groups. From that point of view, it's fun to see what job Olivia Chow does at one of her recent appearances...
The rally against Rob Ford on November 13 was small in numbers (much smaller than Ford BBQ), but very noisy. It was attended by union members, professional activists, welfare bums, progressive students, Idle No More idlers and everybody else, who could spare three hours in the middle of a workday.
Mayor Rob Ford apologized at City Hall over a few remarks he made during an interview with Conrad Black. However, he confirmed that he still doesn't like the methods of the reporter's employer - the Toronto Star.
Video from the Toronto City Council session on December 17, 2013. The day before Adam Vaughan made an offensive remark, which provoked reaction from Mayor Rob Ford and Councillor Giorgio Mammoliti. The next day Mammoliti was kicked out of the chambers, while Vaughan got away with a simple apology. After a vote, Mammoliti was allowed in and forced to apologize - then the Council had to vote whether to accept the apology. Rob Ford was subjected to the same humiliating procedure, with Councillor Parker taking pleasure in expanding the procedure with meaningless demands. Just another day in the Council dominated by leftists.