Toronto voters elect a moderate conservative to replace crack-smoking mayor Rob Ford

October 28, 2014 6:13 AM

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Voters in the Canadian city of Toronto have elected a moderate conservative to replace the crack-smoking former mayor, Rob Ford, bringing an end to a chaotic 18 months at City Hall.

The culmination of a long and sometimes bitter campaign saw radio broadcaster John Tory, 60, win the job of chief magistrate.

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