Ford chief of staff sues ousted caucus member Randy Hillier for defamation

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TORONTO — Premier Doug Ford’s chief of staff is suing a former Progressive Conservative caucus member for defamation, alleging that Randy Hillier tried to “destroy” his reputation after being booted from the party. Dean French alleges that shortly after being kicked off the Tory team, Hillier began a “libellous and defamatory” campaign against him. Hillier […]

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