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Doug Ford 10 Personal Facts, Biography, Wiki
Premier of Ontario
Born: November 20, 1964 (age 56 years), Etobicoke, Toronto, Canada
Party: Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario
Spouse: Karla Ford
Office: Premier of Ontario since 2018
Children: Krista Ford, Kyla Ford, Kayla Ford, Kara Ford
Education: Scarlett Heights Entrepreneurial Academy (1983), Humber College
Books: Ford Nation: Two Brothers, One Vision
Birthday: November 20, 1964
Age: 56 Years, 56 Year Old Males
Sun Sign: Scorpio
Also Known As: Douglas Robert Ford
Born Country: Canada
Born In: Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada
Famous As: Businessman, Politician
Business People Political Leaders
Spouse/Ex-: Karla Ford
Father: Doug Ford Sr.
Mother: Ruth Diane Ford
Siblings: Kathy Ford, Randy Ford, Rob Ford
Children: Kara Ford, Kayla Ford, Krista Ford, Kyla Ford
U.S. State: Connecticut
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Ford and his wife Karla (née Middlebrook) have four daughters: Krista, Kayla, Kara, and Kyla.
He has said that Karla’s maternal grandparents were Jewish and immigrated to Canada from Europe to flee persecution.
Ford became an “ethical vegetarian” after working in a meatpacking plant as a teenager, and while this is no longer the case, he still does not eat red meat.
Ford, who is obese, has struggled with his weight at least since 2012, when he publicly attempted a weight loss challenge.
Ford is occasionally fat shamed in the media, having been previously called “unfashionably overweight”.
A book by Doug and Rob Ford titled Ford Nation: Two Brothers, One Vision – The True Story of the People’s Mayor appeared in 2016.
In a November 2017 episode of the TVO series Political Blind Date, Ford was paired with then Ontario New Democratic Party (NDP) Bramalea—Gore—Malton MPP, Jagmeet Singh (who would later go on to lead the federal NDP).
The pair explored different forms of transportation, with Singh taking Ford on a downtown Toronto bicycle ride while Ford drove Singh along the dedicated streetcar right-of-way on St. Clair Avenue.
Ford said of the experience that the two became friends, and Singh said Ford was “very warm and friendly”.
In 2014, Doug and his mother donated $90,000 to Humber River Hospital, where Rob Ford was receiving care.
Upon Rob’s death, Doug and Randy took on stewardship of Rob’s share of Deco Labels and Tags.
In 2018, Rob’s widow sued Doug and Randy for mismanagement of Rob’s estate, saying their actions deprived her and her children of due compensation while overseeing business losses at Deco Labels totalling half of the company’s market value.
In response, Doug alleged that the claims and the lawsuit’s timing in the same week as the 2018 Ontario election amounted to extortion.
Ford’s mother Diane died from cancer in January 2020.
In 2021, Ford’s daughter Krista caused controversy when she promoted anti-vaccine messaging on social media, in the midst of Ford’s campaign to get Ontarians vaccinated against COVID-19.
Doug Ford is married to Karla Middlebrook and has four daughters with her.
As a teenager, he worked in a meatpacking plant. Back then, he became an ethical vegetarian.
However, over the years, he began consuming non-vegetarian food. Nevertheless, he still stays away from red meat.
In 2016, he co-authored a book titled ‘Ford Nation: Two Brothers, One Vision,’ with his brother Rob Ford.
After Rob’s death, his widow filed a lawsuit, blaming Doug of depriving her and her children of the compensation that they were supposed to receive.
Doug attacked back, saying that her lawsuit had come in the same week as the 2018 ‘Ontario Election’ and thus amounted to an extortion attempt.