Whiff of scandal in a clean city

Brocklehurst, Ann
August 2013
World Today;Aug/Sep2013, Vol. 69 Issue 7, p39
The article discusses multiculturalism and the reported rebranding of the city of Toronto, Ontario as of August 2013, focusing on the city's liquor control system and an alleged crack cocaine-related scandal involving Toronto, Ontario's Mayor Rob Ford. The city's multicultural population and Somali immigrants are mentioned, along with various urban problems which are impacting the city. A proposal to update the city's public transport system is also examined.


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