'I left them in the dust,' he said of his detractors, practically a prime ministerial middle finger.
The brother of Toronto's notorious ex-mayor told VICE that reports of Harper's remarks were "hearsay."
When I left Canada I had a "See You Fuckers Later" party. If I failed in LA it would be the ego bruise of the century.
The owner, Zlatko Starkovski, has long cited safety concerns in his criticism of all-ages EDM shows, yet his club has its own history of violence.
In his ruling, the judge slammed the credibility of the former undercover officer who was the key witness in the Crown's case against Sandro Lisi.
The multi-tentacled crime drama that surrounded Rob Ford's mayoral tenure is kind of like the Serial podcast for Toronto politics nerds, and the mess continues to be heavily investigated online by armchair sleuths.
Phil Cowley and Rob Ford's new book, 'Sex, Lies and the Ballot Box,' pulls together different experts in political research to discuss the broader issues surrounding the British public's perceptions about sex and politics.
Mohamed Farah discusses crack-smoking videos, his belief that Rob Ford threatened him on camera, and his attempts to foster a more positive environment in the Dixon community.
The Toronto mayoral candidate appears to be following in his brother Rob's footsteps in that shouting and vitriol follows him wherever he goes.
Rob Ford's sudden medical emergency has forced him to withdraw from the mayoral race. Enter his successor: Doug Ford, who will require some kind of miracle to pull off a victory.
We went to the 19th annual FordFest, a backyard BBQ started by Rob Ford's late father. The event featured free food, a bouncy castle, and ended with the assault of LGBTQ activists.
In honor of our nation's birthday, I'm focusing instead on racism in other countries—the racist Australian caught on tape using slurs against a Chinese woman, a KKK flag in Belfast, and of course, Rob Ford. USA! USA! USA!
The 2014 Toronto mayoral election has attracted enough oddball candidates that it's making the 2003 California gubernatorial recall look like the pinnacle of democratic integrity. Toronto's crowded field of candidates got a lot more erotic after Nikki Ben…
The United States capital was built to be symbolic of all the things that defined America to the world. It still is, except that means income inequality, unchecked poverty, and yapping douchebags on cell phones.
Rob Ford: The Musical could very well be terrible, but we went down to check out the auditions for the role of Toronto's crack-smoking mayor anyway.
Don't stop with Donald Sterling. Let's ban way more shitty, powerful people from working, earning obscene sums of money, and getting to be shitty and powerful with impunity. Perhaps Mel Gibson?
This week was at least ten times weirder than last week. Maybe even 15. Let's GIF about it.
If anyone can remain mayor—and remain in the spotlight—after getting caught smoking crack on video (again) and drunkenly ranting about his opponents, it's Rob Ford.
Toronto mayoral candidate Sarah Thomson is only polling at around 4 percent, but she's recently garnered a lot of attention for a series of peculiar campaign strategies, including a music video parody of a Pitbull song featuring some guy who goes by the n…
Yet another video of him apparently smoking crack—along with an audio recording in which he rants about his wife and a political rival—has everybody's favorite Canadian in search of some help.
My ex-boyfriend accused me of wanting to have sex with Rob Ford. He's not entirely wrong. You have to see him in person. He's one of the most charismatic men I've ever met.
Paul visited Toronto for his Last Stand tour and stopped by the VICE office to shoot the shit about a bunch of things, including media coverage of Barack Obama's presidency, the killings of Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis, and Toronto's crack-smoking mayo…
Toronto's embattled mayor held a press conference that was supposed to be about skating rinks, but it quickly devolved into reporters asking Rob Ford about urinating in public, racist accents, and his driver getting arrested for extortion.
Robyn Doolittle is the author of Crazy Town, a new book chronicling the absurd political mess the city of Toronto has endured at the hands of its crack-smoking mayor, Rob Ford. VICE Canada managing editor Patrick McGuire sat down with Robyn to revi…