You currently have:
Go to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:
Log out of your CBC account.
Posted: Mar 01, 2014 9:11 PM ET
Last Updated: Mar 02, 2014 12:35 PM ET
Rob Ford goes Hollywood 2:48
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has arrived in L.A. and was greeted at LAX airport by comedian and talk show host Jimmy Kimmel, confirming earlier rumours he was headed to the late night show.
Ford’s spokesman Amin Massoudi tweeted a photo of Ford, his brother Randy and Kimmel shortly before 8 p.m. tonight. Ford himself also tweeted his arrival.
Ford will appear on Kimmel's show Monday night.
Earlier Saturday the mayor told the Toronto Sun's Joe Warmington that he would be attending the Academy Awards on Sunday.
Storified by CBC News Community· Sat, Mar 01 2014 18:36:49
The news wasmet by shock, derision and a lot of sarcasm.
Police shoot bear dead
A backyard-roaming black bear was shot dead by police in Newmarket , north of Toronto, upsetting neighbours
Mark Saunders defends carding
Toronto police chief says force relies on intelligence gleaned from carding to keep lid on gang violence
'It's a patient's best hope'
A 6-year-old girl needs an experimental cancer treatment, her doctors say. But will Ontario pay for it?
Scarborough hospital privacy breaches lead to 19 charges
Distracted driving penalties increase under new Ontario law
Pedestrian dies after being struck by car in Scarborough
GTA police raids net 18 people at 25 locations over drugs, guns
York police arrest 3 teens in thefts, break-ins, robbery
Toronto's booming real estate market fuels teardown trend
Vehicle believed involved in fatal hit and run located by police
Sepp Blatter to step down as FIFA president
Microsoft to build 2 new data centres in Toronto and Quebec City
Trevor Noah to headline Toronto's JFL42 days before Daily Show premiere
Canadian diving team approaches Pan Am platform with swagger
Truth and Reconciliation Commission urges Canada to confront 'cultural genocide' of residential schools
Ford shortens summer plant shutdowns to meet demand
Special-needs youth face 'big abyss' after leaving school
Why bikes still ignored on Canadian roads