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Cross-border Car Shopping

Senate hearings in Ottawa are focused on why there are price differences on certain goods between Canada and the U.S. despite the high value of the Loonie. Laura took a look at the discrepancies on new vehicles in Canada and the States with Phil Edmonston, author of the Lemon-Aid guides. Listen audio (runs 6:05)

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