Daybreak Montreal | Mar 4, 2013 | 11:05

Defending English language and culture in Quebec

The final results from our CBC poll of Quebec anglophones are in. An overwhelming majority of Quebec anglophones say it's important to protect English language and culture in Quebec. Daybreak's Mike Finnerty speaks to representatives of anglophone interest groups in Quebec.

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