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New F-35 fighter jets to cost 45 billion dollars

Today an independent audit puts the cost of purchasing and operating 65 fighter jets at 45 billion dollars over their 42 year life span. Matthew Kellway, NDP critic for military procurement, joins host Matthew Lazin-Ryder to find out how significant those numbers are.

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