Doug Holyday: 'I think it's urgent' Rob Ford speak up on drug-use allegations Add to ...


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Toronto's deputy mayor Doug Holyday spoke to the press Friday morning, saying he thinks Rob Ford needs to address recent allegations that he can be seen smoking crack cocaine in a video yet to be seen by the public

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