“Lunch with the Mayoral Candidate John Tory” The results of the election for the new mayor of city of Toronto, will be announced in the coming days, But those actors are belonging to the same families who were fighting and are struggling for power and money. These corrupted politicians with their false statements and promises are trying to convince the constituents, they are going to take care and fix the cracks which are affecting the welfare of the minority groups living in the city of Toronto, in poor living conditions. The public is aware about the false promises made by the politicians in the times of electoral campaigns are no more than soiled tricks in the fight for power and money. These demagogues are belonging to the same families that were fighting for power, money, and enslavement; nothing has changed or will change with these politicians because they are no more than represented opportunists in the perpetuation for power and their extravagant salaries.
Toronto Mayoral candidates in profile: John Tory — privileged, yes, but also hard working
Commentary — The second in a series of profiles of Toronto’s leading mayoral candidates
Kagan Mcleod for National Post John Howard Tory IV arrives at the Bloor Street Diner for a late lunch interview. A woman at the bar stops him. They talk a while. “That was hilarious,” he says as he sits at last. “She said: ‘You’re John Tory, and I have your car.’ “ Mr. Tory’s grandfather, John Tory II (who founded the law firm Torys in 1941) drove a 1957 Thunderbird. “It was white with a red top,” recalls Mr. Tory. “A convertible. My grandfather said he wanted me to have it. When he died I was 16 and my parents said, ‘You can’t have any car until your second year of university, because we think it’s a distraction to your studies.’ They were absolutely right. We did the same with our kids.” So a family friend bought the Thunderbird. Recently that man wrote to offer Mr. Tory the car. “I replied that because my grandfather wanted me to have it, that I should say yes.” The deal has yet to close, and meanwhile the woman, daughter of the car’s owner, drives the Thunderbird. This wacky car story illustrates a few points: 1. Mr. Tory comes from wealthy stock; 2. His self-discipline derives from a strict upbringing; 3. Some people sure do like to hang on to ________