Quebec AM | Aug 19, 2013 | 7:25

Canada Games leave behind refurbished sports facilities for Sherbrooke

Tom Allen from the 2013 Canada Games organizing committee joined us to talk about the overall success of the Canada Games, and the legacy they leave on the city of Sherbrooke.

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