Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s opponents won’t be weak forever; in fact, he could risk accelerating their rebirth if he comes across as the guy who must win every fight.
To have expected Ontario Premier Doug Ford, pictured, to say he begrudgingly accepted the court’s ruling this week against his Toronto city council cut was never in the cards, writes Tim Powers. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
OTTAWA—Premier Doug Ford’s new Ontario government sure knows how to pick a fight. Question is: does it always have to be a racket?
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