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Daybreak Montreal from CBC Radio: October 24, 2013

Daybreak is live from Cafe Olimpico in Montreal's Mile-End. Plateau mayoralty candidates came by to debate the issues and Shawn Apel asked Plateau residents how they feel about their current borough mayor, Luc Ferrandez.

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