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Former city councillor pens memoir

The man rebuilding The Bridle Path

After 16 completed projects and a 40,000-square-foot home ready for delivery, he has just broken ground on his biggest and the country’s biggest project to date: A mansion that clocks in at a mammoth 50,000 square feet.
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Former city councillor pens memoir

The man rebuilding The Bridle Path

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