Homerun | Sep 26, 2013 | 6:28

New Peta ad targets schoolchildren

In an effort to drum up dialogue, PETA will be targeting Montreal school-age children in a new ad billboard campaign near schools. Homerun host Sue Smith speaks to a Peta re, and we get reaction from head of a local school board.

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