Daybreak Montreal | Jan 3, 2013 | 11:37

French wave

More and more people are moving from France to Quebec. The number of French immigrants went up by 64 per cent last year. On Daybreak, we heard from recent French arrivals, as well as the elected deputy for the Assembly of French Citizens Abroad.

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