Doug Ford looks back on 100 days as Premier of Ontario

Doug Ford marked his first 100 days as Ontario's premier with a rally in the west Toronto area where he and his family cut their political teeth.

He officially took the reins as premier on June 30th after promising to reduce government waste without cutting jobs or services.

At the event Ford touted the cancellation of the Drive Clean program and a number of solar and wind power projects.

He also bragged about the introduction of buck-a-beer.

The premier went on to thank those who voted him into office, saying none of this could have been accomplished without them.

But critics say some of Ford's actions weren't part of his election promises.

His controversial plan to cut Toronto's city council to 25 from 47 in the middle of a municipal campaign stunned politicians and voters alike, and his plan for legalized cannabis also wasn't fleshed out during the campaign.