Breakaway | Nov 5, 2013 | 12:17

Sugar Sammy touring the province

Multilingual comedian Sugar Sammy is touring the province with his show, En Français SVP! Jacquie sat down with the Montrealer to talk about everything from the scandal surrounding Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, to the proposed Charter of Quebec Values.

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