Doug Ford, a brother of Rob
Just like his brother, Doug Ford has been a center of attention and very popular from a political point of view. After the death of Rob Ford, who died of a rare form of cancer, Mr. Ford was successful enough to sit on his brother’s place in Toronto city council.
The two brothers have many dissimilarities. Opposite of Rob Ford, Mr. Ford left the political life when he had his only one elected post after 4 years and was very unfortunate to get his brother's mayor place. He usually ran his family business established by his father, Doug Ford Sr., a conservative man of a legislative assembly.
Rumors about Mr. Ford says that he has been a drug abusive and alcoholic person and known to sell hashish during the 1980s, according to Toronto newspaper, but he simply denied these all things.
He is the man full of words just like his brother but it appears that he doesn’t like public life much and is never comfortable among people. For his victory speech, it looked that he was in hurry and never bothered to look there in the audience in Markham, Ontario, a Toronto suburb.
He answered to reporters, “We have a lot to do in a very short amount of time. I will get our party back on track. We will put a platform forward that will speak to every Ontarian.”
It was badly needed for Canada’s very popular province because of the sudden dismiss of Patrick Brown due to his sexual misconduct, as reported by CTV. Recently, Patrick has put a lawsuit against the reporting. On the other hand, the reporting said that it keeps on saying what is true.
It was not a smooth election because of Patrick’s actions and many people preferred to elect online. So, it was a system of a complex mixture. His opponent, Christine Elliot put heart and mind for this election but when afternoon arrived and results showed, it was a victory for Mr. Ford. He defeated Christine by a very little margin.
Ms. Elliot and Caroline Mulroney, another opponent and a daughter of previous prime minister Brian Mulroney, seemed to disapprove when they both didn’t urge to accompany Mr. Ford on the stage for his victory speech.
The conservative party also had quietly taken control over Ontario’s provincial assembly from the Liberals in a voting, held for June 7. It was all before the termination of Patrick, a former party leader.
It is still not clear how Mr. Ford will carry on the party as because of many hurdles including carbon taxes. It is also not easy to be very close to Toronto as being connected with country’s largest city can be very challenging as compared to other parts of the province, because jealousy and bitterness can be very common.Stay connected and updated with MKTLIST.
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