Toronto woman files integrity complaint against mayor
A Torontonian has filed a complaint with the city's integrity commissioner, targeting the mayor & the football team he coaches.
The complaint, filed by Jude MacDonald, comes after allegations Rob Ford staffers have been pulling double duty, helping co-ordinate the Rexdale Raiders with city-issued phones.
MacDonald sees it as a violation of council's code of conduct.
Councillor Doug Ford says the mayor's aides were volunteering to help out with the football team outside their work hours.
MacDonald tells Newstalk 1010 she's concerned about there being "a blur" between citizen engagement & residents of Toronto being involved in how their government works.
This is MacDonald's 2nd complaint to the integrity commissioner on Rob Ford. Last year, she raised questions about his office expenses, that she felt were too low. MacDonald hopes commissioner Janet Leiper will take at look at her new complaint.
Asked if she's piling on the mayor in a wave of negative media attention, MacDonald answered "I'm 120 pounds. I don't pile on".