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Rob Ford

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Date of Birth May 28, 1969
Date of Death March 22, 2016, Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Canada
Place of Birth Toronto
Country Canada
Profession Politician
Horoscope Gemini

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Spouse Renata Ford
Children(s) Stephanie Ford, Doug Ford
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Rob Ford Biography

Rob Ford is a famous Politician, who was born on May 28, 1969 in Canada. The loud and colorful 64th Mayor of Toronto, Ontario who gained media attention in 2013 for drug use and aggressive language. In 2014, despite admitting to using crack cocaine, he refused to resign, though many of his mayoral powers were removed by the Toronto City Council. According to Astrologers, Rob Ford's zodiac sign is Gemini.

Ford was born in Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada, in 1969, the youngest of four children (Doug, Kathy, Randy and Rob) of Ruth Diane (née Campbell) and Douglas Bruce Ford His paternal grandparents were English immigrants. His father, along with Ted Herriott, was co-founder of Deco Labels and Tags, which makes pressure-sensitive labels for plastic-wrapped grocery products at an estimated CA$100 million in annual sales, and was a Progressive Conservative Member of the Ontario Legislature from 1995 to 1999.

He married Renata Brejniak in 2000 and they had two children together.

Robert Bruce 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. Before 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.

Ethnicity, religion & political views

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Ford first ran for Toronto City Council in 1997, placing fourth to Gloria Lindsay Luby in Ward 3 Kingsway-Humber. Ford ran for councillor in Ward 2 Etobicoke North in the following election in 2000, getting the endorsement of the Toronto Star. Ford defeated incumbent Elizabeth Brown in what was considered one of several upsets in Etobicoke. According to Ford, “the people said they wanted change and they got change”.

Rob Ford Net Worth

Rob Ford is one of the richest Politician & listed on most popular Politician. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Rob Ford net worth is approximately $50 Million.

Rob Ford Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth $50 Million
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Source of Income Politician
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House Living in own house.

He worked in his wealthy family’s business.

Ford first ran for Toronto City Council in 1997, placing fourth to Gloria Lindsay Luby in Ward 3 Kingsway-Humber. Ford ran for councillor in Ward 2 Etobicoke North in the following election in 2000, getting the endorsement of the Toronto Star. Ford defeated incumbent Elizabeth Brown in what was considered one of several upsets in Etobicoke. According to Ford, “the people said they wanted change and they got change”.

Ford had previously resided in the ward, but moved in 2000 prior to the election, after his marriage, to Ward 4. In 2003, Ford was re-elected with 80% of the vote in Ward 2, defeating two candidates from the local Somali community. In the 2006 election, Ford won again, defeating Somali-Canadian candidate Cadigia Ali, this time with 66% of the vote.

Rob Ford Height

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Although he attended Carleton University and York University, no information confirms that he graduated.

Ford served three terms as city councillor from 2000 until October 2010, representing Ward 2 Etobicoke North. During his term as councillor, Ford was a strong critic of councillors’ spending. Ford was known for his controversial comments and passionate arguments at Council.

Who is Rob Ford dating?

According to our records, Rob Ford married to Renata Ford. As of May 2022, Rob Ford’s is not dating anyone.

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Ford proposed a cut to each councillor’s $200,000 office budget, money for travel to conferences, ending city limousine usage and club memberships. According to Ford, “if we wiped out the perks for council members, we’d save $100 million easy.” Ford was one of only four councillors who voted against a 5% increase in property taxes for 2001. Ford made a point of not using his allotted city budget for his office expenses, paying for the expenses from his salary. He claimed $10 for his first year, and $4 for his second year. In Ford’s opinion, “all this office budget stuff is self-promotion to benefit yourself. Why should the taxpayers have to pay for it? It boggles my mind.”

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Ranked on the list of most popular Politician. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Canada. Rob Ford celebrates birthday on May 28 of every year.

Ford volunteered his time to coach high school football. Ford first coached at Newtonbrook Secondary School in 2001 until he was dismissed over a dispute with a player. He coached at Don Bosco Catholic Secondary School from 2001 until 2013 until the Toronto Catholic District School Board dismissed him after a controversial television interview led to a review of his coaching. Ford had donated $20,000 to equip the Don Bosco team and started a foundation, called the Rob Ford Football Foundation, to fund teams at other underprivileged schools struggling to field football teams.

It was during the 2001 budget deliberations that Ford earned a reputation for passionate speeches. The City was facing a several hundred million dollar budget shortfall, enough to require a 32% tax increase after the Government of Ontario shifted the delivery of services from itself to Toronto, who would have to then pay for them. Toronto Mayor Mel Lastman was pleading with other governments for financial assistance. According to Don Wanagas, the National Post City Hall columnist, the other councillors began to dread when Ford rose to speak. “I have to give my head a shake because some of the rhetoric that comes out of the mouths of some of these councillors boggles my mind, I swear. … Get the government out of our backyards. It’s ridiculous. Government red tape here. Bureaucratic here. It’s nonsense having all this government. And it’s nonsense. It’s so ridiculous. If you don’t like what the province is doing, there’s going to be an election in June of ’03 – before our election, by the way.” Councillor Anne Johnston proposed giving Ford a “neo-con award of the day”, while councillor Joe Pantalone advised Ford to take Prozac. Ford argued against spending money on the suicide prevention barrier on the Prince Edward Viaduct, and spending it instead on rounding up child molesters “who are the main cause of people jumping off bridges”.

During the debates around the 2002 municipal budget, Ford and Councillor Giorgio Mammoliti got in several heated exchanges, where Mammolitti called Ford a “goon” and Ford called Mammolitti a “scammer”. The argument got heated to the point where Ford called Mammolitti a “Gino-boy”. Mammolitti called the insult a “racist remark” and filed a complaint with the city’s human-rights office. Three councillors stated that they heard the insult said by Ford, who denied it. Ford dismissed the councillors stating that they were liars if they thought he had made a racist remark. “I’m a conservative and the majority of people are left-wing and cannot stand my politics.” The exchanges led councillor Pam McConnell to complain about ‘testosterone poisoning’ in the chamber. Ford extended his exchanges outside the chamber with columnist John Barber of The Globe and Mail: “I am not a racist. Anyone who calls me a racist is going to face the consequences!”, to which Barber replied “You are a racist.”

In the 2003 municipal election, Ford endorsed twelve political candidates on a platform of fiscal responsibility to take on fellow councillors: “We just need to get rid of these lifelong politicians that just give out money to special interest groups and don’t serve the community. I’m really teed off. We need to get a new council or this city is going to go down the drain.” Ford targeted Brian Ashton, Maria Augimeri, Sandra Bussin, Olivia Chow, Pam McConnell, Howard Moscoe and Sherene Shaw. Shaw was defeated by Ford’s future budget chief Michael Del Grande, while the rest were re-elected.

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