Former Montreal resident Kamala Harris is projected to become the first female vice president of the United States and the congratulations are rolling in, including from the Montreal mayor, herself.\nMayor Valérie Plante took to Twitter to say "the wait was worth it." She also noted that Harris is "breaking another glass ceiling."\nEditor's Choice: A Montreal Woman Has Won A $70,000,000 Lotto Max Jackpot & It Was Her First Ticket Ever\n\n\n“\n\n\n[Kamala Harris ] you made history today by breaking another glass ceiling.\n\n\nMayor Valérie Plante\n\n\n\nHarris would also be the first Black person and first person of Indian descent to be the vice president of the U.S.\nHarris attended Westmount High School while her mother, Dr. Shyamala Harris, worked at the Jewish General Hospital and McGill University.\nWestmount High also shared its enthusiasm on Twitter.\nShe did it. Kamala Harris- so many firsts. WHS Pride 💜💜💜 https://t.co/3RHPV6WO3J— Westmount High (@westmounthigh) November 7, 2020\n\nHarris went on to attend Howard University in Washinton D.C., become attorney general for the state of California, and a United States senator.