Vanier businesses push back against shelter move


Some business owners in Ottawa's Vanier neighbourhood are pushing back against the Salvation Army's plan to build a new shelter on Montreal Road, fearing the move will simply import problems with crime and drug use at the current location in the ByWard Market....


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