An email that threatened to blow up Toronto City Hall if Rob Ford didn't resign as mayor is being investigated by police, though it has not been determined to be a legitimate enough threat to as yet warrant an evacuation.
Toronto police say that officers are on scene to investigate the letter, which was reportedly emailed to the mayor's brother, Coun. Doug Ford, and the deputy mayor late last night.
Toronto police Const. David Hopkinson confirmed that city hall security reported the letter late Monday morning and officers have since been sent to investigate the veracity of the threat.
"Toronto police treat these calls quite seriously and we are investigating. The decision whether to evacuate or not evacuate will be made by the officers that are on scene. They have chosen not to evacuate at this time," Hopkinson told Yahoo Canada News.
The letter came to the public's attention Monday afternoon when Ford and his brother, who also acts as his re-election campaign manager, announced theRead More »from Toronto Mayor Rob Ford reveals bomb threat, city hall yet to be evacuated