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In March, Rob Ford cast the sole "no" vote on a City Council motion to offer Canada's Olympic and Paralympic athletes congratulations and also voted against naming a Toronto street after the late Nelson Mandela. He later apologized, stating he was stretching his sore back and voted too quickly. "We all make errors," said Ford. "I guess I pushed the wrong button."
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In January, a video surfaced which features Ford swearing, mumbling, insulting Toronto's chief of police and speaking in a Jamaican accent at times. "They're chasing me around five months. They're counter surveillance me. He's hiding here. He's hiding here. F--- off," said Ford in the video, apparently talking about the police surveillance on him following his November 2013 admission that he had smoked crack.