Mayoralty candidates have megaphone debate

Montreal mayor hopefuls stepped up to megaphone at the Quartier des Spectacles, where their words were projected on the wall as they spoke.

Montreal mayor hopefuls spoke at the Quartier des Spectacles, projecting their words on the wall

Candidates on the megaphone

9 years ago
Duration 2:11
Montreal mayoral candidates took their debate to the big, red megaphone at Quartier des Spectacles as their words were projected on the wall behind them.

Montreal mayoral candidates stepped up to the megaphone set up at the Quartier des Spectacles, where their words were projected on the wall as they spoke.

The speaker's corner is in place until the day after the election, on Nov. 4.

Each candidate had seven minutes to answer the question, "What would Montreal look like in ten years if it were under your administration?"


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