Doug Ford is a Canadian businessman and politician who has served as the 26th and current premier of Ontario since June 2018 and leader of the Progressive Conservative (PC) Party since March 2018.
P.C.O. of Ontario indicated that a new party leader will have to be selected before the June 2018 general election as a result of Patrick Brown’s abrupt departure on January 25, 2018. On January 29, Ford became the first contender to announce that he was running for the party’s leadership.
During a press conference on January 31, 2018, Ford declared that he would run for the Etobicoke North PC nomination and represent the riding in the 2018 election.
Christine Elliott, Caroline Mulroney, Tanya Granic Allen, and Tanya Granic Allen were the other three declared contenders for the leadership of the PC Party.
Northern Ontario’s interests will be represented in Queen’s Park by Ford, according to his campaign promise Political elites and insiders were the terms he used to describe his opponents, who he claimed did not represent the interests of Northern Ontario residents as well as he did.
With a focus on the north, Ford has committed to advancing resource development in northern Ontario’s Ring of Fire and bringing back the Northlander train service operated by Ontario Northland Railway.
Does Doug Ford have siblings? Meet Kathy Ford, Rob Ford and Randy Ford
Yes, Doug Ford has three siblings. The name of his siblings is Kathy Ford, Rob Ford, and Randy Ford.
According to reports, Kathy Ford was shot in the face in her parent’s north Etobicoke kitchen in 2005. She had plastic surgery on the crown of her head to do this.
Once arrested, the shooters faced multiple charges related to firearms and drugs, but not to the shooting itself. In the Etobicoke North area of Toronto, Michael Ford is one of Kathy Ford’s numerous children.
After ten years on the city council, Rob Ford is known for his aggressive political style and conservative ideals, as well as for his practice of handing out his house phone number and personally responding to constituents’ calls about potholes and damaged water pipes.
Rob Ford, Toronto’s outspoken former mayor, died on Tuesday after an 18-month battle with cancer, after confessing to smoking a crack while in office.
Unlike Kathy and Rob, not much is about Randy Ford.