Robert Latimer/Phone in: Car Buying
Punishment not Justice: The case of Robert Latimer continues to fascinate Canadians. The former Saskatchewan farmer killed his severely disabled daughter in the fall of 1993. He served 7 years in prison for the second degree murder of Tracy. He has been on day parole for three years but has recently been granted full parole. Halifax-based James Lorimer and Company has just published a book on the case. We spoke with Gary Bauslaugh, the author of Robert Latimer, a story of justice and mercy.
Avoiding Lemons: It's one of those big ticket purchases you don't want to mess up but many of us would rather spend time in a dentist's chair than sitting opposite a car salesman. Getting the right advice can save you thousands of dollars and spare you the grief of buying a lemon. George Iny, the president of the Automobile Protection Association offered his advice and took your calls.
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