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Editorial board: F-35 fighter jet report makes Harper's ministers look bad

Welcome to our weekly podcast. Here's what we're talking about today:

Problems with the F-35
A lot of ministers in the Harper government look bad after Auditor General Michael Ferguson's scathing report on the handling of the F-35 fighter jet file. And while there was a time when you would expect a minister to lose their portfolio over something like this, knowing this government that's an unlikely outcome here.

Mayor Rob Ford: What's next?
Ford has delivered a number of contracts with city employees that should ensure labour peace for the next couple years, a significant accomplishment. And he did it in part by showing a willingness to compromise, something noticeably absent in his failed transit initiatives. So what's Ford going to do for the next two and half years?


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