Homerun | Jan 17, 2013 | 10:01

Jean-François Lisée

Today Jean-François Lisée, the minister responsible for the anglophone community, has unveiled a music project aimed at strengthening ties between Montreal's french and english communities. He talks to Homerun's Sue Smith.

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