Radio Noon Montreal | May 7, 2013 | 22:37

Quebec immigrants feel attachment to Canada

Shawn Apel talks to Jack Jedwab, the executive director of the Association for Canadian Studies, about a new poll that suggests francophone immigrants in Quebec feel a strong attachment to Canada.

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