Daybreak Montreal | Nov 13, 2012 | 9:02

Applebaum as interim mayor?

Montreal's interim mayor will be chosen Friday. There are several people interested in the job. Former executive committee president Michael Applebaum says he's been talking to all parties about how he thinks the city should be run.

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