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Ontario’s Conservatives, Led by Brash Populist, Oust Liberals

The party of Doug Ford, a brother of former Mayor Rob Ford of Toronto, is likely to gain control of Ontario’s legislature, ending the Liberal Party’s nearly 15 years in power in the province.
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