Roundup: Rob Ford, the morning after

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Yesterday, we brought you what the Rob Ford decision looked like as it was covered live. Today, the front pages of the morning after.

Ford decision, the morning after

On Monday, Justice Hackland ruled that Rob Ford had acted in violation of the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act, and as a result, would be removed from office after a 14-day period. We rounded up the live coverage, but here's how the newspapers played it for the morning after.

Storified by J-Source · Tue, Nov 27 2012 13:28:03

On Monday, Justice Hackland ruled that Rob Ford had acted in violation of the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act, and as a result, would be removed from office after 14 days (save for being granted a stay during the appeal process). We rounded up the live coverage, but here's how the newspapers played it the morning after.
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(Did you catch the "coincidental" recipe that the Star ran above its banner?)
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