Quebec AM | Mar 15, 2013 | 36:08

Panel discussion with anglophones along the Baie des Chaleurs: Part One

In January, Quebec AM headed to the Baie des Chaleurs where they held a panel discussion in Cascapedia-St. Jules. The goal was to talk about the reality of anglophones in the area. Here is the first part of that forum.

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