Doug Ford won't commit to following integrity commissioner's recommendations on Taverner - 2019-01-30

F182.png Doug Ford won't commit to following integrity commissioner's recommendations on Taverner January 30, 2019, Canadian Press, CBC News

Doug Ford says he will listen to the integrity commissioner's findings on the appointment of his friend as Ontario Provincial Police commissioner, but he isn't committing to abiding by them.

Toronto police Supt. Ron Taverner was named last year to the job of the province's top cop and critics say that as a long-time friend to the premier, the hiring raises concerns about potential political interference.

Taverner's appointment has been delayed until after the integrity commissioner completes an investigation, but Ford has indicated it would go ahead whenever the review is finished.

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