Montreal (AFP) - Cuba has released a Canadian businessman jailed for more than three years on corruption charges, his lawyer said Sunday.

Cy Tokmakjian, 77, returned home on Saturday, and his family thanked efforts made on his behalf by former foreign minister John Baird.

"Cy returns home in good health, fantastic spirits, and is looking forward to spending time with his family, which includes three loving children and seven excited grandchildren," lawyer Barry Papazian said in a statement....



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2/24/15 US supreme court sides with Cuba over cigar company standoff with US rival
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2/24/15 McCaskill returns from Cuba, calls for end to trade embargo
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2/19/15 Americans' Opinion of Cuba Highest in Nearly 20 Years
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2/19/15 Cuba temporarily cuts price of Internet access
Andrea Rodriguez, AP
2/18/15 U.S. And Cuba Will Hold Second Round Of Normalization Talks In Washington
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2/18/15 Return visit to Communist Cuba finds new hope amid change
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2/17/15 In funding Cuba port project, Brazil set to gain key foothold
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2/13/15 Senators introduce bill to lift embargo, open trade with Cuba
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2/13/15 U.S. eases restrictions on imports from private Cubans
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2/10/15 Major Dissident Party in Cuba, UNPACU, Reveals Reasons to Support Obama's Initiatives
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2/6/15 End the Cuban travel ban
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2/5/15 Rubio on wrong side of Cuba policy changes
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2/4/15 Lift the Cuba Travel Ban Already
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