After she called Doug Ford's cellphone multiple times, the OPP told this autism advocate to quit it - 2018-12-31

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F182.png After she called Doug Ford's cellphone multiple times, the OPP told this autism advocate to quit it December 31, 2018, Andrew Lupton, CBC News

A London woman who made frequent calls to Doug Ford's cellphone says the Ontario Provincial Police called and told her to stop calling.

Elsbeth Dodman, 30, lives with autism and has long been an advocate of increased government support for others on the autism spectrum.

She estimated she called Ford's office about the issue twice a week since he was elected in June.

Then in November, the Ford government announced they would close the Ontario Child Advocate's office. Dodman called it a "dark day for the province and its children." She travelled to Toronto and spoke out about the issue at rallies and a news conference at Queen's Park.

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{{cite news | first = Andrew | last = Lupton | title = After she called Doug Ford's cellphone multiple times, the OPP told this autism advocate to quit it | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/london/doug-ford-phone-calls-1.4958771 | work = CBC News | date = December 31, 2018 | accessdate = June 5, 2019 }}