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Sleepless in Ottawa, thanks to LRT construction

All day and all night, a machine called a roadheader is carving out a tunnel for light rail beneath downtown Ottawa. And that's leading to sleepless nights for some of those living in an apartment building at Bronson and Albert, just above the construction. Stu Mills spoke with deputy city manager Nancy Schepers about the noise and the city's plans for residents.

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