Daybreak Montreal | Nov 4, 2013 | 5:05

Montreal mayor-elect Denis Coderre working to bring unity to city hall

Newly elected mayor Denis Coderre visited Daybreak's studio this morning. He said that he'll work with councilors from other parties to bring unity to city hall and that he's ready to get to work.

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