Rob Ford: Highlights of his career in Toronto politics

Published On March 22, 2016 | By HN Staff | News

Britnei Bilhete

Rob Ford, the larger-than-life 64th mayor of Toronto, has died in hospital.

After struggling with a rare form of cancer for over a year the 46-year-old succumbed to the disease.

Ford was first elected into politics in 2000 as councillor of Ward 2, Etobicoke North. He was elected again in 2003 and 2006.

His supporters go by the name of Ford Nation and were loyal to the former mayor throughout his career.

Below is a timeline of his exciting career at City Hall.

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