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Rob Ford

The rise and fall of Canada's most notorious mayor

by (author) Maclean's, Nicholas Köhler, Emma Teitel, Ivor Tossell & Paul Wells

Rogers Publishing Limited
Initial publish date
Jun 2013
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    Jun 2013
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In less than three years Rob Ford, the mayor of Toronto, has gone from catapulting political star, Canada's most improbable mayor, to a disaster without bottom, a man whose implosion is unfolding before us in slow-motion.

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Paul Wells is one of Canada’s most experienced political journalists. After many years at Maclean’s, National Post and The Gazette, he now publishes a subscription newsletter at He is a frequent commentator on French-language and English-language radio and television, and is the author of An Emergency in Ottawa.

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