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Who’s getting paid to shill for mayoral candidates on Twitter?

Who's getting paid to shill for mayoral candidates on Twitter?
It may shock you to learn that some tweets, like this one from John Tory’s spokesperson, aren’t perfectly impartial.

Sometimes, on Twitter, it’s hard to tell whose opinion to take at face value, and whose opinion is dictated by the terms of a binding contract, signed in blood and stored in a locked safe behind a painting on John Tory’s office wall. Thankfully, Canada.com’s Marc Weisblott has put together this handy guide to the paid and unpaid Twitter promoters of all the major mayoral candidates. Use it as you see fit.

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