Can this court ruling save birds from tower deaths? Add to ...


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Cadillac-Fairview, a major land developer and landlord, has been acquitted in Toronto of violating animal-welfare laws, charges brought against it due to the high number of birds killed or injured while crashing into its reflective, glass towers. Tim Appleby joins Hannah Sung to discuss the ramifications of this legal precedent

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