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06/27/2013

Why a crowded field in next year's mayoral race only helps Rob Ford

This week, the Star's editorial board discusses President Barack Obama's new plan to fight climate change, and we look at the emerging field of potential candidates for next year's Toronto mayoral race (beginning just after the 10-minute mark).

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