'I worked 18 hours a day': Doug Ford on CBC's Metro Morning, defends attendance record - 2014-10-02

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F182.png 'I worked 18 hours a day': Doug Ford on CBC's Metro Morning, defends attendance record October 2, 2014, CBC News

Toronto mayoral candidate Doug Ford appeared on CBC Radio's Metro Morning today, defending his attendance record as a councillor and his brother's record in office during an interview with host Matt Galloway.

Ford, who entered the race in place of his ailing brother Rob on Sept. 12, defended his attendance showing after Galloway pointed out that he missed 53 per cent of the votes in his last year in council.

Ford said he only missed one council meeting and one committee meeting in four years, and said many of the votes he missed were not about crucial matters.

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{{cite news | title = 'I worked 18 hours a day': Doug Ford on CBC's Metro Morning, defends attendance record | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/doug-ford-defends-attendance-record-in-cbc-interview-1.2785191 | work = CBC News | date = October 2, 2014 | accessdate = August 25, 2019 }}