November 2013 – Montreal Votes

Montreal’s municipal election is just around the corner.  Are the polls right?  Will Team Coderre take the helm for the next few years?  Will we get an Harel in Côté clothing?  Will we finally see a woman in city hall’s top job?  Will Richard “green transit” Bergeron have us riding in electric streetcars?  And what about all of those independents?  Which candidate has the best platform when it comes to equity and diversity?

Over the next few days, we will be posting the information that the candidates have made available about their diversity and equity plans for Montreal.

One way or another, by the morning of November 4th, we’ll know who will be faced with the daunting task of cleaning up the mess at 275 Notre-Dame East.  Let’s just hope it’s someone who truly has our city’s best interests at heart and who understands the value of our multiethnic, multicultural, multilingual, multieverything society.

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