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Suspicious package at Doug Ford's home contained 'non-toxic' materials: Premier's office

Last Updated Feb 18, 2020 at 5:51 pm EDT

Ontario Premier Doug Ford speaks to the media outside of his office in the Ontario Legislature in Toronto on Nov. 21, 2019. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young

Toronto police were called to Premier Doug Ford’s home in Etobicoke on Tuesday to investigate a suspicious package, Ford’s office confirmed with 680 NEWS.

There are no reported injuries.

“Earlier today the Toronto Police Service (TPS) was called to the Premier’s home to investigate a suspicious package received by the Premier’s wife,” Ford’s office said.

“The package arrived in the mail earlier today. The TPS quickly mobilized to assess the situation and cleared the family of any harm. The substance was determined to be a mixture of non-toxic materials.”

Toronto Fire says there is currently no hazard at the residence.