From the Toronto Sun’s Don Peat:
Alberta residents David Climenhaga and David Cournoyer stopped at the mayor’s office for pictures during a break in the conference they were in Toronto to attend.
“We’ve been following the story of your mayor with great interest,” Climenhaga said.
While Climenhaga said he’s not a fan of even “polite conservatives” , he admitted the visit to City Hall was a bit of “tourism” and (with a bit of prompting) even acknowledged it was a case of “disaster tourism.”
“You’re putting words in my mouth but yeah, I’d call this disaster tourism,” he said.
Cournoyer said visiting Ford’s office made sense while they were in town.
“We thought about going to the CN Tower but we thought the mayor’s office would probably be a more exciting visit considering everything that has been going on,” Cournoyer said.
Next stop on the disaster tourism tour: Senator Mike Duffy‘s summer cottage in Cavendish, PEI.