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Jun 20, 2013

Top court won’t hear case that might have ousted Toronto mayor

TORONTO, June 20 (Reuters) – Beleaguered Toronto Mayor Rob
Ford won a legal victory on Thursday when Canada’s top court
refused to hear an appeal of a conflict-of-interest case that
could have ousted him from office.

The case is unrelated to reports by two media outlets last
month that Ford had been caught smoking crack cocaine on camera,
allegations that he has strongly denied.

Jun 19, 2013

Bank of Canada in uncharted territory, says new chief Poloz

BURLINGTON, Ontario (Reuters) – The Bank of Canada cannot rely on its usual models to assess the economy because of unexpectedly high levels of uncertainty, with the biggest risks coming from abroad, the new central bank chief, Stephen Poloz, said on Wednesday.

Answering audience questions after his inaugural speech, Poloz said the central bank was in “uncharted territory” and called for direct feedback from those doing business on the ground in order to better understand what is happening.

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