Ontario Premier Doug Ford called “dirty languages” students who insulted him on Tuesday in a tumultuous parliamentary session in the Ontario legislature.
In the middle of the working session of elected officials, a handful of students on the balcony loudly protested to demand free education. In the ensuing hubbub, some insulted Doug Ford, had to be escorted out of the room.
The Prime Minister accused the opposition of having a role to play in this scene. “That’s how they train our kids, with dirty languages. They should have their mouths washed with soap, “said Mr Ford, reacting to the scandal.
Ontario’s elected officials made Tuesday their return to Parliament for the winter session, they who had not sat since December 20 last.