Sugar Beach

Fred Lum, Globe & Mail, Kevin Edward Proulx, Third Eye Photographics

At today’s council meeting, Mayor Ford continued railing against Waterfront Toronto’s revitalization of Sugar Beach, claiming he didn’t know where it was and if it was a “tourist destination, it is very hard to find.”

#TOPoli quickly found examples of a Ford photo-opportunity in the park, including this from Fred Lum at the Globe & Mail:

Fred Lum for the Globe & Mail

Fred Lum for the Globe & Mail

…which leads Kevin Edward Proulx of Third Eye Photographics to grace us with this:

Kevin Edward Proulx

Kevin Edward Proulx


For which we citizens can only be grateful.

It’s Dooms Town Day!

Dooms Town

This is the good stuff, right here! Most recently:

Dooms Town

Dooms Town

Some time earlier:

Dooms Town

Dooms Town

At City Hall:

Dooms Town

Dooms Town

And again:

Dooms Town

Dooms Town

Dooms Town’s shout out to Rob Ford Must Go:

Dooms Town

Dooms Town

The world-class Nathan Phillip’s Square:

Dooms Town

Dooms Town

The 2014 campaign launch:

Dooms Town

Dooms Town

Our Mayor:

Dooms Town

Dooms Town

And, our City:

Dooms Town

Dooms Town

I couldn’t have posted this today without the helpful direction of TO Mayor Frod, despite his campaign obligations. Mind you, Mayor Frod was a constant beacon of hope during our grimmest gravy battles. For a peak behind the scenes: 2013 Hero: Richard Feren, AKA @TOMayorFrod, and Rob Ford’s evil Twitter twin reveals his true identity. Thanks to the talented and prolific Dooms Town!

Told ya this was the good stuff!