Montreal mayor hopeful Marcel Côté answers your questions

Marcel Côté sits down for a live chat, moderated by Daybreak's Shawn Apel.
Montreal mayoralty candidate Marcel Cote speaks to supporters during the first debate in Montreal, Friday, August 16, 2013. (Graham Hughes/CP)

Over the course of Montreal’s municipal election campaign, Daybreak will bring you interviews with the four main mayoral candidates.

Last week, Richard Bergeron of Projet Montréal answered your questions.

Marcel Côté is up next.

Côté is an economist and a founding partner of consulting firm SECOR.

He served as an economic advisor to former Quebec premier Robert Bourassa, and was also a senior official for former prime minister Brian Mulroney.

Côté is running on a coalition government and pledges to attract more young families to the island of Montreal.

Listen to the interview on Daybreak.


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