Ford says he wants to stay as mayor
Nov 3, 2013 / 10:29 am
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford says he wants to keep working for the people of Toronto.
Ford told his weekly radio show that he's not perfect, but he can't change what has happened in the past.
Ford says he will make changes in his personal life, but wouldn't elaborate further.
Ford is also calling on Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair to release an alleged crack video that has propelled him into the international spotlight.
Police said last week they had recovered a video that appears to be the alleged video that two media outlets reported in May appears to show Ford smoking crack.
After reports of the alleged video first surfaced in the Toronto Star and the U.S. website Gawker in May, the mayor said he does not use crack cocaine and that the video does not exist.
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