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Rob Ford has no regrets about his time as mayor, because of course he doesn’t

Rob Ford has no regrets about his time as mayor, because of course he doesn't

With just over a week left in his term as mayor, Rob Ford spent the day selling off his remaining stock of bobbleheads and talking to reporters. Asked by one of them whether he had any regrets about his time in office, he couldn’t think of a single one. “I did what I said I was going to do,” the Globe quotes him as saying. “People are going to remember that I saved money. That I did what I said I was going to do and you look at the results.” The many Torontonians who believe otherwise don’t have long to wait: John Tory‘s term begins on December 1.

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