Daybreak Montreal | Feb 20, 2013 | 8:26

Anglo exclusion in Quebec

We've invited two anglophone Montrealers to the Daybreak studio to talk about whether they have a sense of belonging in Quebec. Beverly Akerman grew up in Laval and the West Island. She's now settled in NDG. Stewart Wiseman is a McGill university student.

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