Silence from those in charge of the province's legal system about if it's questionable that Rob Ford is pressuring his Chief of Police to release a video that is said to show the mayor smoking what seems to be crack-cocaine.
Community Safety and Correctional Services Minister Madeleine Meilleur walked away from reporters when asked if she's spoken with Chief Bill Blair, uttering only "no comment."
Just minutes before, Meilleur offered Blair knows what he has to do in the matter. She says she's not going to offer her personal opinion or get involved.
Ontario's Attorney General John Gerretsen says he doesn't want to say anything that will harm this investigation.
Former Deputy Mayor and current Tory MPP Doug Holyday says he think's Ford's apology is a step in the right direction. Holyday says its not up to him to give Ford advice any more.
NDP leader Andrea Horwath considers having the OPP investigate Ford instead of Toronto Police "interesting," however she says the current investigation can't be stopped. She says that question should be asked again at the end of this process.