Daybreak Montreal | Mar 13, 2014 | 10:08

Bernard St-Laurent's Quebec political column

The CBC's chief Quebec political analyst, Bernard St-Laurent, talks about the Pierre Karl Peladeau effect in the provincial election campaign, the referendum question and where all these new developments leave Francois Legault's CAQ.

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