George Smitherman: An Unconventional Politician

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George Smitherman has many accomplishments under his belt: He's one of the longest-serving ministers of health in Ontario history; he served as deputy premier; he helped create the Green Energy Act and ran for mayor in Toronto. He's documented much of it in is his memoir, "Unconventional Candour." He talks to Steve Paikin about his life in and out of politics.

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