Radio Noon Montreal | Sep 23, 2013 | 10:05

Denis Coderre denies allegations made by union officials

Coderre rejects allegations of negotiating an alleged secret agreement brokered by a man linked to the mafia. Jocelyn Dupuis and Richard Goyette made the allegations in their new book "Unionists or Thugs?"

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