Toronto Mayor John Torreymakes the interim city council members "complex" and "abnormal" following the recruitment and subsequent resignation of Michael's successor candidate. We are calling for the process of appointing. Fordafter homosexual social media posts surfaced.
Just hours after being appointed to replace Ford,Rosemary Brianuntil the end of his current term as a city council member in District 1. 13} has resigned. Journalists highlighted some homosexual posts that Brian shared on Facebook between 2015 and 2018.
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"I'm Brian in a statement on Friday evening, and my past social media posts are now so devastating that they're thrown out against my decades of commitment to the community. It's a target. " "I don't want to make everyone in our city feel unloved and not part of our community."
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resignation raised questions about the city's appointment process and who is responsible for properly reviewing candidates for interim positions
Monday,Prior to the meeting with Premier Dougford, the Tories said it was Michael Ford who resigned from the ward after being elected MPP in York Southweston.
"The recommendations we receive for these appointments that take place very late in our term are general. The Tories told journalists whythe prime minister was ranked in a question about nepotism after appointing his nephew Michael Ford as Ontario's multicultural minister. Asked if Ford would make that recommendation in the first place.
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"I can't talk about Michael, but here's a comment I've heard ... There's room for such a comment here in Ontario. No, "Ford told reporters. "She did the right thing. She resigned soon. And she's not there anymore."
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The Tories said the issue was being considered, but said the situation was complicated.
"For example, if a city clerk is looking at social media, do you want the civil servant to make a decision about who is offering to the civil servant? Do you want the mayor's office to do so? But that's not the best answer either, "said the Tories.
"You need to make sure the process works, but there's no easy answer."
Michael Ford talks about a controversial nomination, or he's Brian. Does not publicly mention why he recommended him as a substitute.
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