Daybreak Montreal | Oct 9, 2013 | 13:22

Bergeron says opponents have no dreams for Montreal

Project Montreal's Richard Bergeron is the first of our interviews with the main candidates running for mayor. He's been part of Montreal's city council since 2005 and is now the city councillor for the Jeanne-Mance district in Plateau-Mont-Royal.

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