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In Committee from the Senate of Canada - Legal and Constitutional Affairs - May 1, 2013


Legal and Constitutional Affairs

Justice Minister Rob Nicholson discusses Bill S-16, which would set mandatory minimum sentences for trafficking in contraband tobacco. His testimony launches the committee's study of the bill. Senior department officials Carole Morency and Paul Saint-Denis also respond to questions.


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