Radio Noon Montreal | Apr 22, 2013 | 5:03

    Accepted lavish gifts, but wasn't influenced: Zampino

    Former Montreal executive committee chair Frank Zampino admitted that he often dined at fancy restaurants courtesy of construction entrepreneurs. But as Ivan Slobod reports, Zampino maintained that lavish gifts did not affect his integrity.

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