Colin D'Mello CTVNews (@ColinDMello )

Colin D'Mello CTVNews

Bio Queen’s Park Bureau Chief, CTVNews Toronto.

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Twitter Web App : Premier Ford says he's the biggest 'pre-immigrant premier' this province has seen.

Ford says immigrants can call him anytime on her personal phone, and he'll go door knocking in the Sikh community to prove that people back him.

Twitter Web App : Premier Ford, given a second opportunity to apologize, says the opposition is playing politics.

He says he's phone has been blowing up with immigrants sharing their stories.

(We asked the Premier's office yesterday to share some of those contacts, they did not.)

Twitter Web App : At Question Period today, Premier Doug Ford is once again asked, by the NDP, to apologize for his comments on immigration.

The Premier says he was inundated with people from Brampton, from the Sikh community who said the premier was bang on.

Twitter Web App : Ontario's chief coroner says his office is embarking on a review of unidentified human remains found in the last four decades to determine if any are linked to former residential schools.

Story via The Canadian Press…

Twitter Web App : Green Party Leader Mike Schreiner says for the premier to 'suggest that immigrants don't work hard' is 'reprehensible.'

Schreiner says the premier should apologize and reinforce the message that the province is a welcoming place for immigrants.

Twitter Web App : Liberal Leader Del Duca says he wants to give the Premier the benefit of the doubt and says he wants to believe that it wasn't a dog whistle.

He says the premier was 'reckless' with his language and his words were 'poorly chosen.'