Here's what Doug Ford was actually doing during the election campaign - 2019-10-29

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F182.png Here's what Doug Ford was actually doing during the election campaign October 29, 2019, Mike Crawley, CBC News

Ontario Premier Doug Ford had no events or meetings scheduled on at least five weekdays during the federal election campaign, according to information obtained by CBC News.

Ford stayed mostly out of sight from Ontarians from the start of the election campaign on Sept. 11 until the Legislature resumed sitting on Monday, one week after election day.

During the two news conferences he has held in the past two months — both in northern Ontario — the Progressive Conservative premier said he wasn't involved in the federal campaign because he was "busy governing" and said his staff were working him "like a rented mule."

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