Most Montreal taxpayers face 3% hike
Mayor Gérald Tremblay presents a budget that will mean an increase for most taxpayers of about $95 a year. The mayor also wants to cut the pension rolls by $50M.
Opposition councillor Peter McQueen tells us the city should do more - perhaps cut the pensions of retired employees who don't live in the city.
We hear from the chief negotiator for the city's blue collar workers and get reaction from the mayor of Westmount, Peter Trent, as well as from our listeners.