Daybreak Montreal | Jan 15, 2013 | 13:29

Michaelle Jean on Haiti and Canada's First Nation crisis

UNESCO special envoy to Haiti and Canada's former Governor General Michaelle Jean talks about the rebuilding process in Haiti and Canada's First Nations crisis.

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