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Rob Ford, the controversial mayor of Toronto, is to "go get help" for "substance abuse" problems, his lawyer has said.
Local paper the Toronto Sun quotes Mr Ford as saying he is "ready to take a break" from campaigning for re-election as mayor in order to seek help.
His lawyer, Dennis Morris told the Associated Press:
"He acknowledges he has a substance abuse problem and he wants to do something about it."