Radio-Canada appoints Gérald Tremblay as host of Montreal morning show

Former Montreal mayor Gérald Tremblay is joining the ranks of former politicians who become media personalities.

It was just announced on air that Tremblay will be the new host of Radio-Canada’s Montreal morning radio show C’est pas trop tôt, starting this fall. Tremblay replaces Marie-France Bazzo, who left the show over a disagreement with management.

Tremblay hasn’t been seen much since he stepped down as mayor on Nov. 5, 2012. But in an interview he expressed an interest in returning to public life.

“I hope to dig deep into the issues and expose the truth about the important problems of our society,” he said. “I’m going to ask the tough questions, and I won’t let anything get by me.”

Other Quebec politicians who jumped into the broadcasting game include former ADQ leader Mario Dumont and former Liberal cabinet minister Nathalie Normandeau.

4 thoughts on “Radio-Canada appoints Gérald Tremblay as host of Montreal morning show

  1. Lorne

    Just in, further to the story, former mayor Tremblay will interview himself and has promised to answer all his own questions about the scandal that caused him to lose the mayoralty of Montreal.


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