Quebec AM | Mar 13, 2013 | 11:40

Trombone class at Golden Valley School helps students hit high notes

One of the main challenges for small English schools in Quebec is finding a way to offer students activities and special classes. The English school in Val-d'Or has a new music program for its grade six students.

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