Breakaway | Feb 19, 2013 | 16:58
100 objects representing English-speaking Quebec
The Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network has conducted a province-wide search for objects that best exemplify the anglophone way of life. And what a collection, from the Boyle Family's Bible in the Gaspé, to a rotary phone used at Quebec City's Jeffrey Hale Hospital to check on seniors in the community. So far, the QAHN has generated a list of 99 items and they are now looking for the 100th object. This week, they are asking the public for suggestions. Jacquie spoke with Heather Darch and Rachel Garber about the search.