Daybreak Montreal | Dec 5, 2012 | 11:32

Quebec schools to submit anti-bullying plans

Mike Finnerty hosts a panel discussion about the Quebec government's new anti-bullying law passed this spring that requires schools to submit anti-bullying plans by the end of this month.

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