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** Rob Ford **

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Rob Ford
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64th Mayor of Toronto
*In office*
December 1, 2010 â€“ November 30, 2014
Deputy Doug Holyday (2010–2013)
Norm Kelly (2013–2014)
Preceded by David Miller
Succeeded by John Tory
Toronto City Councillor
for Etobicoke North (Ward 2)
*In office*
December 1, 2014 â€“ March 22, 2016
Preceded by Doug Ford, Jr.
Succeeded by Michael Ford
*In office*
November 14, 2000 â€“ November 30, 2010
Preceded by /Ward established/
Succeeded by Doug Ford, Jr.
Personal details
Born Robert Bruce Ford
(1969-05-28)May 28, 1969
Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada
Died March 22, 2016(2016-03-22) (aged 46)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Resting place Riverside Cemetery
Nationality Canadian
Political party Independent (2000–2016) /Note: municipal politicians
in Ontario, including Toronto, run on a nonpartisan basis/
Other political
affiliations Ontario Progressive Conservative^[1]
Spouse(s) Renata Brejniak (m. 2000; d. 2016)
Relations Doug Ford, Sr. (father)
Doug Ford, Jr. (brother)
Michael Ford (nephew)
Children 2
Profession Politician
Religion Christian

*Robert Bruce* "*Rob*" *Ford* (May 28, 1969 – March 22, 2016) was a
Canadian politician and businessman who served as the 64th mayor of Toronto
from 2010 to 2014. Prior to and after his term as mayor, Ford was a city
councillor representing Ward 2 of Etobicoke North. He was first elected to
Toronto City Council in the 2000 Toronto municipal election, and was
re-elected to his council seat twice.

His political career, particularly his mayoralty, saw a number of personal
and work-related controversies and legal proceedings.^[2] In 2013, he
became embroiled in a substance abuse scandal, which was widely reported in
the national and international media.^[3]^[4]^[5] Following his admission,
Ford refused to resign, but City Council handed


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