Quebec AM | Apr 26, 2013 | 5:19

Queen Elizabeth High School student's win Tranche de Vie

Queen Elizabeth High School students from Sept-Iles are now travelling back home with pride and bragging rights. Their short doc won the Tranche de Vie competition!

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