November 7, 2013 1:08 pm
Updated: November 7, 2013 5:04 pm

WATCH: Toronto teens talk about Rob Ford’s crack cocaine admission

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TORONTO – What do teenagers have to say about Toronto Mayor Rob Ford in the wake of his admission that he smoked crack cocaine a year ago while in a “drunken stupor?”

The bombshell has made international headlines and provided plenty of material for late night TV talk show hosts.

Voters have been polled.

Experts have weighed in.

Protesters have demonstrated.

But, lost in the chatter are the voices of Toronto’s young people.

Global News hit the streets to hear from a sampling of Toronto students at three inner-city high schools.

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