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Breaking down the 'consumers' Throne Speech

It was billed as a "consumers first" Throne Speech. But will it give Canadians better bang for their buck? And how will it work? John Lawford is the executive director and general counsel with the Public Interest Advocacy Centre, a non-profit organization that provides legal and research services on behalf of consumer interests. He broke it all down for Robyn:


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