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Rob Ford's impact on Queen's Park

Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for benzie.jpgAfter months of denial, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford stood in front of a gaggle of cameras and reporters on Tuesday and admitted to using crack cocaine. It's now the talk of the town in Toronto and elsewhere -- but Rob Benzie fills Robyn in on how Ford's statements are reverberating at the provincial legislature.


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