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Gordon Chong can’t deliver his Sheppard subway report on time (he’s also unsure about his future with the project)

Poor Gordon Chong. The man who Rob Ford shouldered with the impossible task of making his Sheppard dream a reality is behind on his homework: he says “a lack of resources” will prevent him from meeting his Christmas deadline for presenting a business case on the subway extension. Chong still insists the slowly dying (or perhaps already dead) Sheppard line can be kick-started through a public-private partnership—but we suspect he’s only saying that because that’s what Ford wants him to say. Read the entire story [Toronto Star] »

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