Montreal, a city known for its numerous potholes, is facing a tough decision that concerns its asphalt supply.

The current contract for asphalt supply is running out, but several of the firms that bid on the contract have faced allegations of corruption during Quebec's Charbonneau inquiry.

Councillors are at a crossroads — they have to decide between letting the city's asphalt supply run out, or giving the multi-million dollar contract to companies that have allegedly been involved in collusion.

City councillors Veronique Fournier and Marvin Rotrand spoke with CBC's Daybreak on Thursday.

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