Municipal Election·Recap

Mayoral candidate Mélanie Joly answers your questions

Mélanie Joly sat down for a live chat, moderated by Daybreak's Shawn Apel.
Montreal mayoralty candidate Melanie Joly speaks to supporters during the first debate in Montreal, Friday, August 16, 2013. (Graham Hughes/CP)

Over the course of Montreal’s municipal election campaign, Daybreak will bring you interviews with the four main mayoral candidates. We’re giving you a chance to ask your own questions following our radio interview.

Today: Mélanie Joly.

Joly is 34 years old and until she announced she would run for mayor, was a lawyer with Montreal public relations firm Cohn & Wolfe.

Read her answers to your questions in the recap below.


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