Things Rob Ford Has Quit

An incomplete list

A drawing of Rob Ford smiling
Illustration by Graham Roumieu

  1. Carleton University
  2. Talking to the Toronto Star (after the paper published this July 2010 article, about an alleged physical altercation between high school football coach Rob Ford and a student player)
  3. Rob and Doug Ford’s “Cut the Waist Challenge
  4. Driving under the influence of paperwork
  5. Drinking alcohol at the Air Canada Centre: “I have admitted to my mistakes, and I said it would not happen again, and it has never happened again at the Air Canada Centre,” Rob Ford, November 2013. This past spring, he appeared to be impaired while attending a Toronto Maple Leafs game—at the Air Canada Centre

  6. Drinking alcohol, everywhere: “Guaranteed, 100 percent”
  7. Using illegal drugs—fewer than six months before he was filmed smoking crack cocaine in his sister’s basement
  8. Insinuating that Star reporter Daniel Dale is a pedophile
  9. Drinking alcohol, again: “I’m as sober as a judge
  10. Having a sobriety coach
Matthew McKinnon
Matthew McKinnon (@matthewmckinnon) is an editor, writer, and designer.
Graham Roumieu
Graham Roumieu (roumieu.com) is a National Magazine Award winner and a regular contributor to The Walrus. He draws for The Atlantic, the New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal.

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