Embattled Toronto mayor says he’s getting professional help
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"This is beyond a leave of absence. He needs to resign," said councilor Denzil Minnan-Wong. "This mayor thinks he is above the law, he is not."
Councilor Giorgio Mammoliti, a Ford ally, said if Ford doesn’t agree to go for treatment by the end of the day he’s lost his support.
Deputy Mayor Norm Kelly, also a Ford ally, said he’s increasingly sad that "Canada’s biggest and most important city had been reduced to that squalid context."
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