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Mayor Rob Ford pushes through the media with his wife Renata Ford after holding a press conference at City Hall in Toronto on November 14, 2013 once again apologizing and saying he is getting help
Mayor Rob Ford pushes through the media with his wife Renata Ford after holding a press conference at City Hall in Toronto on November 14, 2013 once again apologizing and saying he is getting help
(Deborah Baic/The Globe and Mail)

Why (and how) Ontario may finally take action on Rob Ford

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Kathleen Wynne’s statement on Thursday about the Rob Ford saga, in which the Ontario Premier said her government might be prepared to intervene at the request of Toronto’s city council, provided at least as many questions as answers. Here’s an attempt to answer some of them: