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Rob Ford is Famous… Again

Rob Ford is getting another 15 minutes of infamy.

After making more stupid comments (it’s a habit of his) about how he thinks that a cyclist is at fault if they get hit by a car, he’s been featured in very widely read blogs such as BoingBoing and TreeHugger, as well as countless cycling blogs around the internet.

A lot of people have posted links to his contact information, so I will too… he’s an elected official, after all.

I’m personally demanding an apology and for him to announce that bikes are legal vehicles and deserve respect and space on our roadways.

Rob Ford

Phone: 416-397-9255
Fax: 416-397-9238
Constituency Office: 416-233-6934
councillor_ford@toronto.ca
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Executive Assistant
Andrew Pask
416-397-9255
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416-397-9255
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