Daybreak Montreal | Feb 4, 2013 | 7:08

Merchants upset with borough policies

Daybreak's Mike Finnerty speaks to the new general manager of the Saint-Laurent Boulevard merchants association. He says a number of city and borough policies are making it harder for merchants to do business.

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