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Hume and Levy on Mayor Ford's Future

It's been a tumultuous week for Mayor Rob Ford. He lost ANOTHER vote at City Hall - this time, on his dream of a subway network for the city, rather than light rail. Then, Queens Park refused to intervene - even though he seemed confident it would. To make matters even MORE uncertain for the mayor, his newest political rival - TTC Chair Karen Stintz - appears to have more influence on council than the mayor does. Joining Laura Di Battista to talk about what all this means - for Ford, for councillors, and for voters - were our two City Hall watchers. Sue-Ann Levy is the City Hall columnist for the Toronto Sun...and Christopher covers urban affairs for the Toronto Star. Listen audio (runs 8:22)

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