Radio Noon Montreal | Apr 22, 2013 | 22:30

PQ's Bill 14 a tough sell at Dawson College

Shawn Apel talks to PQ minister Jean-Francois Lisée, Liberal Geoff Kelly and our own Bernard St-Laurent about PQ's efforts to reach out to the anglophone community on Bill 14.

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