I predict the relationship between Ford & the new lesbian Premier of Ontario is going to be fun to watch.
the star is a steaming pile of junk, I used to read it on the regular until I started getting Deja Vu, I would read something on wednesday and then the exact same article would appear again on saturday.My point was, for all its faults and pompous columnists, The Star is one of the best investigative papers in the country, and still fulfils the role of the 5th estate. This is evidenced by the fact that they investigate and break stories that scandalize governments, you seem to think they shill for. eHealth and ORNGE were both broken by The Star. And my point was that Clayton Ruby took the conflict of interest case pro bono, which had nothing to do with The Star.
i agreebbj...your posting someone's comments, which is evidently at this point their opinion because the only link the poster on the star has provided is the maximum spend limit, and not what each councillor spent.
that's pretty lazy work investigating the source.
if there is actual evidence councillors overspent, i echo wiseman's response above, in that everyone whom overspent should be punished.
do you have a reliable source for ford over spending?Big LOL at quoting a comment bbj.
Guess the Star is a sound source of information, well - you know, when it suits you're interests? Robs comments Friday (oh wait sorry) Big Brothers comments Friday indicated the others weren't audited..
If others overspent, hold them accountable, but lets see a reliable source of this info.
this is journalism??judge lets Toronto's mayor off the hook for shitting in the living room, only to find out days later he shit in the kitchen sink, too.
Rob Ford exceeded campaign spending by $40,000: audit | CTV Toronto News