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Castor Holdings

The longest running court case in Canadian history has ended.
Investors have won their case against the firm that audited the books of a long-defunct private real estate bank in Montreal, called Castor Holdings.
A Superior Court judge has ruled Coopers and Lybrand and its partners must pay the estate of one investor 2-point-six million dollars.
CBC Reporter Loreen Pindera spoke to Sue.
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