May 29, 2015


Business

Dealership staying put despite expropriation

Business will end up half its former size

Kyle Critchley says the province offered him $60,000 for the land, about one-fifth of what he thought the land was worth.

JOE BRYKSA / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Kyle Critchley says the province offered him $60,000 for the land, about one-fifth of what he thought the land was worth. Photo Store

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