Montreal's Mayor Denis Coderre Is Now A Weather Man On CTV Montreal

Is there anything he can't do?
Montreal's Mayor Denis Coderre Is Now A Weather Man On CTV Montreal

Our beloved Montreal mayor Mr. Denis Coderre is adding "Weather Man" to his CV tonight at 6:00 pm on CTV Montreal.

We suggest you tune in and see what he can do.

We wish him the best of luck and hope to see him come back for more such appearances in the future.

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