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The City was facing a several hundred million budget shortfall, enough to require a 32% tax increase after services were downloaded from the Government of Ontario. The argument got heated to the point where Ford called Mammolitti a "Gino-boy".Toronto Mayor Mel Lastman was pleading with other governments for financial assistance. Mammolitti called the insult a "racist remark" and filed a complaint with the city's human-rights office.Ford received 80,000 votes from the "Downtown 13" wards, or 20% of his total votes. After his DUI conviction became public, his share of the vote increased 10%.After it was revealed he was banned from high school coaching, he raised For the Executive Committee of City Council, Ford named councillors who had endorsed him in his campaign.He was first elected to Toronto City Council in the 2000 Toronto municipal election, and was re-elected to his council seat twice.
Ford received treatment for the cancer, and was able to return briefly to City Hall, but died in March 2016 after chemotherapy was ineffective.For the inauguration ceremony at the first meeting of the new council, Ford had television commentator Don Cherry introduce him and put the chain of office on him. Cherry described how Ford had reversed a mistake of city staff cutting down a tree of a Toronto property owner for no good reason and then billing the property owner, who suffered from Alzheimer's.Cherry added "Put that in your pipe you left-wing kooks" and, in regards to the pink suit he was wearing, "I'm wearing pinko for all the pinkos out there that ride bicycles and everything, I thought I'd get it in." At its first meeting in December 2010, council voted to cancel the annual personal vehicle registration tax passed by the previous council.Robert Bruce Ford (May 28, 1969 – March 22, 2016) was a Canadian politician and businessman who served as the 64th Mayor of Toronto from 2010 to 2014.Prior to and after his term as mayor, Ford was a city councillor representing Ward 2 of Etobicoke North.