Damian Lewis, of Homeland and Billions fame, isn't a particularly expressive actor. That may be about to change as we get closer to the release of 'Run This Town', a feature film about the trials and tribulations of Toronto's late former mayor Rob...
Rob Ford just won't go away. And as much as we wish he would do exactly that, his latest foray into relevance is pretty amusing: the former Toronto mayor and confessed crack user is auctioning off some truly comical personal items on eBay
First thing’s first: We’re not here to sway your vote or to influence you one way or another. We don’t have an angle or an agenda. But when the mayor of Toronto steps onto the international (celebrity) stage and produces such a monumental fail, it’s pretty hard to pretend that all is well
We want to know what you think about all sorts of issues happening in your city, so we’ll be running occasional questionnaires so you can let us know exactly how you feel. And since our Mayor is now an official Jeopardy answer, we thought we’d kick off by asking you a few short questions about the most polarizing subject in Toronto
It was an evening of art and entertainment on Saturday evening for The Theatre Centre’s first fundraising event, Bounce.Though we weren’t sure what to expect from the event (we had a feeling that the $250 ticket price tag would keep most YPs away), one guest we didn’t expect to see was Rob Ford
In light of Mayor Rob Ford’s admission today that he most likely tried crack cocaine, “probably in one of my drunken stupors approximately a year ago,” we’ve complied a March Madness style bracket of embarrassing Ford moments.
Toronto mayor Rob Ford, along with brother and Councilman Doug Ford, are often the subject of media and public scrutiny for their weight issues. To kickstart a healthy living campaign across the city, they've vowed to cut the pounds while raising money for charity