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TORONTO—City Hall has formally announced that resident citizens aged 18 or older are invited to attend a voluntary examination of intelligence to be held October 27, 2014.
“Just to put people at ease, I want to make it clear that the test is principally comprised of a single question to determine our city’s future, and no IQ score will be calculated,” said Ulli Watkiss, Toronto’s City Clerk.
“Certainly there’s no score assigned to individuals, but that doesn’t mean that Torontonians won’t be graded,” clarified Brad Duguid, Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities. “For everyone, it’s pass/fail.”