March 27, 2014

Don't Count Out Rob Ford Just Yet

Marcus Gee, Globe and Mail

The Associated Press

It would be unwise to draw conclusions about the likely outcome of the race for mayor of Toronto on the basis of one debate, especially a debate fully seven months from the election date. Still, the 90-minute exchange among the five leading candidates left some strong impressions.

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