Quebec AM | Sep 12, 2013 | 12:58

A "student village" to improve safety for students

An official student village - that's what the Lennoxville borough of Sherbrooke is hoping will be the solution to recent issues around the student population in that part of the Townships. We spoke to David Price, President of the Lennoxville borough and

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