The National | Nov 15, 2013 | 2:56

Toronto City Council moves to limit mayor's powers

Toronto city councillors have tried to cajole, beg, even shun their mayor. But Rob Ford refuses to resign. So today they started to strip the mayor of some of his powers.

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