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A statue of the late and infamous Mayor Rob Ford has been found in Toronto and is making its way around the city.

Cabibble Cards Corp., known for its 'Infamous6ix" series of trading cards of infamous Toronto figures, commissioned the statue from artist Christian Aldo and debuted the artwork in Trinity Bellwoods Park on June 20, 2022.

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Can you imagine cruising down Rob Ford Street or hanging out in 'Rob Ford Square' in downtown Toronto?

A petition is circling online calling for Dundas Street to be renamed after former Mayor Rob Ford, and so far, over 300 people have signed it.

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When it comes to Toronto politics there isn't a single mayor as globally recognized as the late mayor Rob Ford. Love him or hate him, there's no denying that he made an huge impact on the City of Toronto and its culture in a big way.

With that in mind, Doug Ford, the former Ward 2  city councillor for Etobicoke North and the older brother of the late Rob Ford is pushing to have the Centennial Park Stadium in Etobicoke renamed in Rob's honour.

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Doug Ford has announced that he is considering running for mayor of Toronto in 2018.

He was a last-minute mayoral candidate in 2014, after his brother Rob had been diagnosed with cancer. In 2018, he will either run against Mayor Tory or provincially under the Progressive Conservative party.

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It should be known by now that Toronto is an incredibly diverse and unique city with tons of interesting characters and individuals. Sometimes this reflects on the news stories that come from all over the city, so we compiled a list of some of the most unusual news stories that have happened in our beloved city in the last few years. Be warned, if you're not a animals or a certain former mayor...they appear quite frequently.

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