This just in: Toronto-area Liberal MPs endorse a Tory
By Neil MossAug. 13, 2018
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Liberal MPs John Maloney, left, Judy Sgro, centre, and Marco Mendicino, right, endorsed Toronto mayor John Tory in his re-election bid. The Hill Times file photographs and The Hill Times photgraph by Andrew Meade
Some Toronto-area Liberal MPs have endorsed Toronto mayor John Tory for re-election in the upcoming Toronto municipal election.
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