Update: This is now also cross-posted up at Huffington Post Canada.
This is just bizarre:
“Like I said, for the last 13 years, I’ve always defined a conflict of interest that there’s two parties. There’s a benefit to the city or the member of council. And that’s when I declared a conflict,” Mr. Ford said.
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