Morning North | Jul 16, 2013 | 4:45

Levon Nazarian testifies at Elliot Lake public inquiry

The public inquiry into last summer's deadly roof collapse in Elliot Lake heard more about an altered engineering report in the months before the tragedy. Levon Nazarian is the son of the owner of the Algo Centre Mall. He was questioned about the report.

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