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Political Panel: Crime Bill and Windsor Energy

Ottawa's omnibus crime bill could cost the provinces billions over the next few years because while the tough-on-crime policies are within federal jurisdiction, the provinces have to carry them out. Quebec and Ontario are saying they're not going to pay. Our political panel - Michael Camp, Lisa Keenan and Luc Desjardins - tackle the issue. They also look at the province's decision to hand its investigation of Windsor Energy over the to RCMP.

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