Another building site in Montreal infuriated the merchants. They had only two days’ notice before they saw the workers arrive in their neighborhood, Petit Portugal, located on Le Plateau Mont-Royal.
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TVA Nouvelles visited Saint-Dominique Street, Duluth corner, on Friday. merchant,
James Lata of Portuguese restaurant Café Central noted that the signage had been so blurred since construction began a few days ago that even the GPS would get lost.
Work that was not planned is being carried out by the Montreal Electrical Services Commission.
The construction site also cleared several parking spaces in Saint-Domingue.
Normally, Avenue Saint-Dominique is a one-way street to the north, but as part of the work, motorists who have to drive in the area exceptionally are permitted to drive in both directions on this one-way street.
According to the merchants, the signs are far from clear, and some have seen its turnover fade.
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