The Morning Edition - K-W | Apr 10, 2013 | 9:22

Doing business in Uptown Waterloo affordable, despite perception

Waterloo Councillor Melissa Durrell and Loop Clothing owner Alnoor Keshvani talk about the perception that Uptown Waterloo is too expensive for doing business and why they find that is not the case.

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