Homerun | Sep 27, 2013 | 7:55

Laval election roundup

Radio-Canada Rive Nord journalist Francis Labbé gives us a roundup of the Laval municipal election, which is turning out to be a hot race with the city voting in the first new mayor in 23 years.

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