September 17, 2014
TORONTO (AP) - Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is apologizing and acknowledging the need to make changes in his life but says he will continue in his job despite pressure to resign.
Ford made his remarks on his local weekly radio show Sunday at a time when he is facing mounting pressure to resign after police said they had obtained a copy of a video that appears to show him puffing on a crack cocaine pipe.
Ford did not specify what he was apologizing for.
He acknowledges making "mistakes" and that he can't change the past, but vows "to ride the storm out."
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