The Morning Edition - K-W | Aug 21, 2013 | 9:49

The train has left the station

Kitchener Mayor Carl Zehr slams back against comments made by Cambridge Mayor Doug Craig. Craig says the Region of Waterloo should look at the costs of cancelling the LRT project. Zehr says it's too late to back out and would cost millions.

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