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Meet Vancouver's 21 mayoral candidates: What they think is wrong with the city and what they'd do to change it

The list of candidates running for mayor of Vancouver is lengthy with 21 people vying for the position.

The Early Edition's Stephen Quinn sat down with the candidates running for mayor to ask three questions

Twenty-one candidates are running for mayor of Vancouver. General Voting Day is Saturday, Oct. 20. (Compiled by CBC)

The list of candidates running for mayor of Vancouver is lengthy with 21 people vying for the position.

Stephen Quinn, the host of CBC's The Early Edition, sat down with all the candidates — save one who couldn't be reached — to ask three questions: What is wrong with Vancouver? What is your best idea? What would be your walk up song?

Click on each candidates' name to see their answers:

The candidates answers have been edited for clarity and length. To hear their answers, click on the audio segments below their names or listen to the full segment here:

Stephen Quinn, the host of CBC's The Early Edition, sat down with all the candidates - save one who couldn't be reached - to ask three questions: What is wrong with Vancouver? What is your best idea? What would be your walk up song? 33:51

With files from The Early Edition.

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