Former Toronto mayor Rob Ford’s casket will remain at city hall today to allow the public to say goodbye.
Hundreds of mourners filed past his casket yesterday to pay their respects, many of them greeted by Ford’s brother Doug.
Mayor John Tory, who gave permission for Ford to lie in repose at city hall, was first to pause quietly at his predecessor’s casket, then shake hands with relatives.
The mourners, some with children in tow, included former high school football players Ford once coached.
On Wednesday, a procession will head to nearby St. James cathedral for funeral services, followed by a private family ceremony.