Doug Holyday will run over the rules of Queen's Park to Doug Ford if the mayor's brother decides he wants to run provincially.
Toronto's former deputy mayor-turned-Tory MPP says the legislature doesn't work like city hall, pointing to screaming in press conferences between councillors and reporters.
When asked if he thinks Ford is too much of a loose cannon for the legislature, Holyday stood grinning. After five seconds of contemplative silence, he said he didn't want to call anyone that.
Two days ago, councillor Ford boasted about how he'll be headed to Queen's Park soon enough, running for the Progressive Conservatives.
But any Tory you ask wants to stay far away from the subject given the Ford family's alleged controversial lives.
As for if Ford running for the Tories would be good for the party, Holyday says he's leaving that decision up to the local riding association. If Ford is chosen to run, it will then be in the hands of the voters.