Stephen Harper hammers home message, poses with Fords at Toronto rally - 2015-10-17

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F182.png Stephen Harper hammers home message, poses with Fords at Toronto rally October 17, 2015, CBC News

Conservative Leader Stephen Harper capped off a hectic Saturday of campaigning in Ontario and Quebec by giving a fiery speech at a much-discussed rally promoted by Toronto's Ford brothers.

Both Rob Ford, the former Toronto mayor who admitted to using crack cocaine while in office, and his brother Doug attended the event at the Toronto Congress Centre in the suburb of Etobicoke.

Harper appeared energized by the crowd of about 1,200 people, thanking campaign volunteers, including the Ford family and driving home his usual points on the economy and the threat of a Liberal government.

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{{cite news | title = Stephen Harper hammers home message, poses with Fords at Toronto rally | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/canada-election-2015-stephen-harper-economy-voting-1.3276458 | work = CBC News | date = October 17, 2015 | accessdate = April 25, 2019 }}