Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre outlined Monday what he called a "concrete action plan" for making the city more family friendly and revitalizing its waterfront.
His announcement was meant to detail how his administration would deliver on its 15-year development strategy for the city, made public last year.
It was accompanied by 42-page booklet that calls for a more integrated public transit network, a job-producing downtown core, a transformed waterfront and more schools and housing for families.
"We have a strategy, we have a vision, we have a plan attached to it," he said during a news conference at Mount Royal Park.
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