Mayor Fords office gets new decoration

'Keep Calm and Carry On' a new slogan posted on an office wall....

Mayor Ford has had a pretty tough week.

It started on Tuesday, when a new video surfaced showing the Mayor speaking in Jamaican Patois at the Steak Queen restaurant in Etobicoke.

The Mayor later admitted to having 'a little bit' to drink.

But he says he remains committed to the taxpayers of Toronto and will continue pressing for lower taxes.

And then a new poster showed up on his wall on Thursday, reading "Keep Calm and Carry On".

Possibly a new slogan as Ford moves into campaign mode?

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  1. Dick posted on 01/23/2014 07:13 PM
    I thought for sure Rob would be the kind that would put up a pic of dogs shooting pool and think it's art. keep calm smoke a dube, chill out with the boys in the hood and everything will be irie.
    What a mess this guy is. just a freakin walking mess.
    Not booze he was on Mon night. that's not a booze high. too hyper. he's smokin the rack. plus who really believes he quit anything. you think this one time that he happened to go off the wagon as he said just happened to be the time he's on video? please!
  2. Karl Burgin posted on 01/24/2014 11:07 AM
    What isn't there a comment on the two other paintings on both sides of the poster, I'm sure they are just as interesting- that its enough to become a news story, just like this article.....
    But seriously- really?!?! Now we're down to commenting and speculating what's hanging on the wall of the mayor's office? Are the news media suffering that much from Ford-scandal withdrawal, or are the news that slow?
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