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- Published: 31 July 2008
Imperial Tobacco Canada (actually BAT) and Rothmans Benson and Hedges have agreed to pay a total of more than $1-billion in fines and settlement costs for their corporate involvement in smuggling from 1989 to 1994. Article in the Globe and Mail: Cigarette firms pay $1-billion in record fines, settlement (check out the comments)
The next question is, when will former PM Paul Martin and former RCMP Commissioner Norman Inkster face prosecution for their role in this?