The lead reporter on the Rob Ford story, Robyn Doolittle, returned to her alma mater Ryerson Feb. 13 to talk to journalism students. Doolittle, now a Toronto Star reporter well-known for her coverage of the Ford family, shared the story behind the story on the city’s mayor and answered a few questions. One of three reporters to view the video […]
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John Burry, an instructor at Ryerson’s School of Professional Communication, joined The Ryersonian‘s Peter Lozinski Wednesday.
Federal employment minister Jason Kenney said Tuesday that Mayor Rob Ford should step down. He said that Ford “has brought dishonour to public office and the office of mayor and his city,” and that he “should step aside and stop dragging the City of Toronto through this terrible embarrassment.” At city hall, deputy mayor Norm Kelly took on some of […]
Hundreds flocked to city hall Tuesday to purchase their very own Rob Ford bobblehead. Each “Robbie Bobbie” cost $20. Some waited for hours to get their hands on the miniature mayor. A portion of the proceeds went to the United Way. Jean Ko Din reports from city hall. Shot and edited by: Peter Lozinski
A judge watched two versions of Mayor Rob Ford’s alleged crack video in Ontario Superior Court Tuesday and said he still could not rule on whether to release them. Justice Ian Nordheimer watched a short clip and the full 90-second video privately and confirmed later in court that the content might be helpful in identifying those who created the video. Muhammad […]
Mayor Rob Ford said he has “no reason to resign” after Toronto police chief Bill Blair said Thursday that police have recovered the video at the centre of crack allegations involving the mayor. During a news conference Thursday morning, Blair announced that a video was recovered that is “consistent with those images that were previously reported in the press.” The […]