Radio Noon Montreal | Feb 18, 2013 | 41:29

Living English: Anglos consider leaving Quebec

Radio Noon hears from a Quebec City woman who is moving in order to get health care in English. A Montrealer says he has a "For Sale" sign up, while an American says there's a lot of over-reaction.

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