Radio Noon Montreal | May 15, 2013 | 24:31

Smokers knew the risks: tobacco companies

We hear from both sides in a giant lawsuit against Canada's largest tobacco companies. And our listeners call in with their reactions to the $27-billion class-action lawsuit on behalf of Quebec smokers.

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