Daybreak Montreal | Mar 17, 2014 | 7:50

West Island student hit with fine for going door to door

Pointe-Claire high school student Connor Walsh was going door to door in Beaconsfield for a student painting company when he received a $428 dollar ticket. He says he was told by public security he was breaking a Beaconsfield bylaw.

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