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Conrad Black's perspective on Canada after a five-year absence

Conrad Black takes his seat at a luncheon at the Empire Club in Toronto on Friday, June 22, 2012.

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Former media baron Conrad Black spoke to Toronto's Empire Club of Canada Friday, a month after being released from a Florida prison. He addressed his perspectives of Canada, after a five-year absence. The Globe and Mail's Steve Ladurantaye live-tweeted the event. Mobile users can follow along here.

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