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Ford’s Greenbelt flip-flop could spell legal trouble for taxpayers, lawyers say

Last month, Premier Doug Ford apologized to Ontarians and walked back the government’s decision to remove 2,995 hectares of protected land from the Greenbelt to pave the way for housing development. Now, legal experts are saying developers could have legal recourse.

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