Quebec AM | Nov 6, 2013 | 9:38

Tensions between City Hall and Municipal employees

Régis Labeaume made re-negotiating municipal employees' benefits and pensions a focal point of his election campaign. We'll speak to a Quebec City union leader who will tell us what impact his election campaign would have on

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