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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford: I was in ‘complete denial’ about my substance abuse

By Agence France-Presse
Monday, June 30, 2014 16:18 EDT
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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford arrives at his office at city hall in Toronto on June 30, 2014 amid a crush of cameras [AFP]
 
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Toronto (Canada) (AFP) – Toronto Mayor Rob Ford on Monday admitted he had been in “complete denial” about his drug and alcohol abuse, as he returned to work following a stint in rehab.

Ford, who is seeking re-election in October despite revelations earlier this year that he smoked crack while in office, said he had “begun to take control” of his life, but admitted: “This is a long, long road to recovery.”

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