Daybreak Montreal | Apr 5, 2013 | 10:37

Cyclist death raises concerns

A cyclist was killed this week in Griffintown. The death is raising concerns about the intersection where he was killed. A group of cyclists are now organizing a Ghost Bike Ride to honour his memory and raise awareness.

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