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 The Progressive Conservatives will soon be looking for a new leader and Doug Ford isn’t ruling anything out.

“The doors always open,” he told reporters at city hall Friday morning. “I can’t answer that right now.”
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More Ontario election coverage: 

The Liberals claim two of their supporters received letters from federal Conservative staffers directing them to nonexistent voting locations.

“This is a letter to Liberal party supporters, people with signs on their front lawn, from a very prominent London Conservative who is an assistant to the federal MP and a former PC candidate telling people to go the wrong place to vote,” Liberal candidate and Health Minister Deb Mathews told reporters Tuesday.
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Forget the ugly election campaign: If Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak wins a minority government Thursday – as polls suggest he may be within spitting distance of doing – he may have a harder time getting his hardline austerity platform passed.
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Dellen Millard, the man charged with the murder of Tim Bosma, has been charged with the murder of Laura Babcock and Millard’s father, Wayne Millard.
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Some of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford’s meetings and communications with his friend Sandro Lisi “have been indicative to that of drug trafficking,” according to court documents released Wednesday – and that’s partly why police said they needed Ford’s phone.
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A TV news helicopter crashed in downtown Seattle Tuesday morning, killing two people and sending at least one person to hospital.
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Councillor Michael Thompson is taking the city’s Police Services Board to court over attempts to initiate a provincial investigation into comments he made to the Toronto Star as a potential breach of the Board Members Code of Conduct.
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Ontario’s Liberal government will introduce legislation next week to freeze the pay of members of the provincial parliament for another five years.

The Canadian Press has learned the Liberals will introduce the bill to avoid an automatic pay increase for MPPs of five to six per cent that would kick in April 1.
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