Quebec AM | Apr 22, 2013 | 11:25

Commemorative run for Boston

"Boston, You are in our Hearts" is the message that spread across Quebec yesterday, as several thousand people participated in commemorative runs. We hear from people who ran and walked in the streets of Quebec City.

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