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Seniors Tire Of Renovation Work On Uptown Building

One of the tallest buildings on the Saint John waterfront has been wrapped in plastic for about ten months. But it has felt like "forever" to the low-income seniors living inside. They have been trying to live their lives without fresh air or any view of the sky or weather. They've been living in a bubble and they say it has made them sick and tired and sad. The CBC's Rachel Cave brings us this story.


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