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Christie Blatchford: You can take an addict to the front steps of the rehab place, but you can’t make him or her walk through the door
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Andrew Coyne: The Tories’ problem is that their list of enemies keeps growing, and as it grows, it includes more of the party’s staunchest supporters
John Ivison: To use the old PG Wodehouse line, if the mass of Conservative delegates were not disgruntled, they were also far from gruntled
Matt Gurney: Ford’s unstable personal life cannot continue to be the defining issue in our city, but the circus around the Mayor is about to get worse
This episode was all about letting go, both figuratively and literally.
Singer M.I.A. has always been a politically outspoken artist, but she's not quite as active as the opening act at her New York City concert on Friday night: WikiLeaks founder Julia Assange
Josh McCown won the battle of the backups after Aaron Rodgers was hurt and the Chicago Bears downed the Green Bay Packers
Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Randy Carlyle cannot say how long Tyler Bozak and Dave Bolland will be out
The Toronto Blue Jays refused to extend qualifying offers to pitcher Josh Johnson and outfielder Rajai Davis
When faced with allegations of controversial behaviour, Mayor Rob Ford has often responded one way, only to respond rather differently later. Some examples
Mayor Rob Ford sought on Monday to push past the controversy that still dogs him, challenging political allies to quit his team if they want to, as the ranks remain divided over whether his apologies go far enough.
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