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even when you know how.On the wall of councillor and soon-to-be deputy mayor Norm Kelly s office is a large portrait of Thomas Langton Church, mayor of Toronto from 1915 to 1921.At amalgamation, Mr.Kelly went looking in the city archives at portraits of former mayors.Tommy Church, whom Mr.Kelly had researched while writing an undergraduate thesis at the University of Western Ontario, stuck in his mind.He would wave the boys off to the Front at Union Station.They would march down University, get on the trains that would take them to Halifax and the ships across to Europe.He waved them all goodbye and he was there for them when they came back, Mr.Kelly said on Friday in his office, which overlooks Nathan Phillips Square.On his death, in 1950, Mr.Church had what was then the largest public funeral in Toronto, said Mr.He was the Mel Lastman of his day.Well-loved, well-liked, highly respected, he said.Someone told me he lived his whole life at home with his mom.A historian by training, with a political career that includes a stint as MP under the Pierre Trudeau government of 1980, Mr.Kelly now steps into the shoes of deputy mayor, a role that has assumed a higher profile under the Ford administration.He will take over from Doug Holyday, who won the provincial byelection in Etobicoke-Lakeshore for the PCs http://www.bridesmaiddress2016.com/cocktail-dresses-45-1.html , later this month.City council can call a byelection to fill Mr.or appoint a caretaker councillor for the remainder of the term.Speaking to the media on Friday, Mr.Kelly, a long-time councillor for Scarborough-Agincourt, sidestepped questions about the weight he may be expected to carry under the Ford administration.Asked if he s worried about what he s getting himself into, given the scandals that have dogged the chief magistrate, he answered: No.As I told you right up front, my concern right now is the government of the city of Toronto.That s my focus, and that would be my contribution.Later, in an office decorated with 1960s photos of Parliament Hill, a painting by his sister, Grace Kelly, and a photo with his darling girl Charlotte on their wedding day, Mr.Kelly reveals that the mayor and I are both very competitive.RelatedFord ally Norm Kelly to become new deputy mayor if Doug Holyday wins provincial byelectionPeter Kuitenbrouwer: Holyday’s impeccable dress sense, fiscal responsibility will be sorely missed at City HallDoug Holyday wins Etobicoke seat and Rob Ford loses one of his most loyal allies‘Subway champion’ Mitzie Hunter wins Scarborough seat for Ontario LiberalsJohn Ivison: Liberals hold on to Dalton McGuinty’s old seat and confirm the demise of political accountabilityWhen he was 16, Mr.Kelly was one of two Scarborough boys from his year who were signed by the Maple Leafs.He lasted two months before university appeared on his horizon.When I do things I want to win, but I ve learned there are many ways of winning, he said.and come back later.He has been chairman of the history department at Upper Canad.