September 1, 2015


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Industries oppose development

New Transcona neighbourhood on hold as city seeks compromise

Dennis Smerchanski says people wouldn't be happy living near his company, which runs around the clock.

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Dennis Smerchanski says people wouldn't be happy living near his company, which runs around the clock. Photo Store

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