Doug Ford is a Canadian businessman and politician who has served as the 26th and current premier of Ontario since June 2018 and leader of the Progressive Conservative (PC) Party since March 2018.
At one point, Ford was on the board of Build Toronto, a non-profit organization that is in charge of developing and selling public property.
Also, he was a director of the Canadian National Exhibition, and he served on the council’s budget committee, civic appointment committee, and the government management committee.
To help fund a Sheppard Avenue subway extension that the City of Toronto ultimately canceled, Ford served on the board of Toronto Transit Infrastructure Limited, a company he helped form.
It was proposed by Ford in 2011 that a monorail, a boat-in hotel, the world’s largest Ferris wheel, and a mega-mall be built in Toronto’s Port Lands.
Members of the mayor’s executive committee were among those who voted against the plan, which was criticized by the media.
While speaking with reporters about the possibility that his brother Rob may be summoned to testify in court if his buddy and chauffeur Alexander Lisi went to trial on extortion charges, Ford raised eyebrows.
Doug Ford Children: Meet Krista Ford, Kyla Ford, Kayla Ford and Kara Ford
Canadian businessman and politician Doug Ford has four daughters. Ford’s children are Krista Ford, Kyla Ford, Kayla Ford, and Kara Ford.
Krista Ford is a Canadian former professional women’s American football player and conspiracy theorist. Toronto Triumph, a team in the Lingerie Football League, had her as captain.
Former Toronto police officer and bodybuilder David Haynes is Ford’s husband.
Kayla Ford is hormone health, eating disorder, and detoxing health coach. At the same time, she helps clients shed pounds in a sustainable manner through her alternative and holistic health service.
A clinical health services analyst, Kayla Ford works for Magna International. From February 2019 through December 2020, she is employed by OMERS as a wellness specialist.
Kyla started her own cookie business, aptly named “KyKy Kookies,” on the internet. The website promises that Kyla has been working on this project since she was a child and that the cookies she makes are made with only natural ingredients wherever feasible.
She also gives fitness coaching and has a ten-week lean body fitness program on her website that is presently half off.
It’s said on her Twitter bio that Kara is a host and videographer for Conestoga Connected’s Cultural Corner, a televised television program in Kitchener, Ontario.