Homerun | Feb 28, 2013 | 6:04

Living English - Ed Janiszewski

Ed Janiszewski has been the mayor of Dollard des Ormeaux since. He spoke to Sue Smith about the biggest changes he’s seen over the years in the West Island and his advocacy for the anglophone community.

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