Background on Ford court decision expected to be made public an hour from now:
The Mayor is appealing a ruling from courts that he be removed from office for conflict of interest.
That decision could be overturned leaving Ford in the role for the remainder if his term.
If the decision is upheld, Deputy Mayor Doug Holyholy would assume the duties temporarily.
A special meeting of city council would be called to determine how Ford would be replaced. Options would be a byelection or appointment.
Either way his replacement would serve for the remaining two years.
The legal teams know whether Rob Ford has lost his job. The decision will be released at 10:30. Leslie Roberts will bring you breaking news on
Ford decision LIVE on Global Toronto. Jackson Proskow is outside the Mayor's office.
Toronto's Deputy Mayor Doug Holyday waiting with the rest of us to find out whether Rob Ford will lose his job today. Expect the court ruling to be released in forty minutes. Holyday says: "Rob ford did not do this to himself people on the outside did this to him.... I wouldn't say he's his own worst enemy... But things could've been done differently."