Daybreak Montreal | Nov 22, 2012 | 35:35

Daybreak Montreal from CBC Radio: November 22, 2012

Laval city council votes tomorrow to select the new mayor of the city. Mike Finnerty speaks to the two candidates. In their new budget the provincial government announced a retroactive tax hike on alcohol for restaurants. We hear from a downtown restaurant owner. The Nicholas Hoare bookstore in Westmount is closing. It's been a landmark on Green Avenue for almost forty years. Nicholas Hoare tells us why he chose to close the shop. And a delegation of Maori people from New Zealand are on their way home from Montreal with the remains of one of their ancestors. Jeanette Kelly was at the ceremony where a mummified, tattooed Maori head was given back to the Maori people at Montreal's Museum of Fine Arts.

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