Le portail officiel :Ville de MontréalAccueilMon dossierAideEnglish
Site Web du Réseau des bibliothèques publiques de MontréalCatalogue Nelligan :  Toutes les collections – Adultes et Jeunes
     
Limiter la recherche aux exemplaires disponibles
Ajouter au panier, tous les titres sélectionnés Ajouter au panier, tous les titres de la page Ajouter à mes coups de coeur
Sujets français (1-2 de 2)
Maires -- Ontario -- Toronto -- Biographies

1

Livre  
Crazy town : the Rob Ford story
Toronto, Ontario, Canada : Viking, 2014.
xv, 367 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
His drug and alcohol-fuelled antics made world headlines and engulfed a city in unprecedented controversy. Toronto mayor Rob Ford’s personal and political troubles have occupied centre stage in North America’s fourth-largest city since news broke that drug dealers were selling a videotape of Ford appearing to smoke crack cocaine... A populist and successful city councillor, he was an underdog to become mayor in 2010. His politics and mercurial nature have split the amalgamated city in two. But there is far more to the story. The Ford family has a long, unhappy history of substance abuse and criminal behaviour. Despite their troubles, they are also one of the most ambitious families in Canada. Those close to the Fords say they often compare themselves to the Kennedys and believe they were born to lead. -- [Publisher]



Afficher la fiche complète

2

Livre  
Ford Nation : two brothers, one vision : the true story of the people's mayor
Toronto : HarperCollinsPublishersLtd., 2016.
292 pages, 24 unnumbered pages of plates : icolour illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm



Afficher la fiche complète
Ajouter au panier, tous les titres sélectionnés Ajouter au panier, tous les titres de la page
Afficher les titres à partir du numéro :
 
  Crédit, bandeau Nelligan :
Roseline Granet, Monument à Émile Nelligan (2005).
Square Saint-Louis, arrondissement du Plateau-Mont-Royal, ©Ville de Montréal 2006.