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He made the football squad, but did not play in any games.He left Carleton after one year to return to Toronto and did not complete his degree.According to Don Wanagas, the National Post City Hall columnist, the other councillors began to dread when Ford rose to speak. Three councillors stated that they heard the insult said by Ford, who denied it."I have to give my head a shake because some of the rhetoric that comes out of the mouths of some of these councillors boggles my mind, I swear. Ford dismissed the councillors stating that they were liars if they thought he had made a racist remark.Ford's first budget was passed with no tax increase, using previous years' surpluses. During the summer of 2013, City Council endorsed Ford's plan to cancel the "Transit City" transit plan and build the Scarborough Subway Expansion fulfilling one of Ford's main campaign promises.In later years, Council would reject Ford's transit plans, including not putting the Crosstown LRT underground for its entire route.
After graduating from high school, Ford went to Carleton University in Ottawa to study political science.
Ford was one of only three councillors to call back in person, within a day.
Bike lanes were installed on Jarvis in 2010 over the objection of traffic advocates, and Ford made it a priority to get them removed during his campaign, and as mayor he was able to get council to reverse the decision in 2011, a move which was criticized by cycling advocates and led to protests.
Anyone who calls me a racist is going to face the consequences!
", to which Barber replied "You are a racist." In the 2003 municipal election, Ford endorsed twelve political candidates on a platform of fiscal responsibility to take on fellow councillors: "We just need to get rid of these lifelong politicians that just give out money to special interest groups and don't serve the community. We need to get a new council or this city is going to go down the drain." In 2005, local radio station AM 640 tested councillors on their response by having a reporter make an after-hours call to report a pothole.