Quebec AM | Sep 6, 2013 | 12:55

Love & War photography exhibit in Quebec City

From young love in sunny Maine, to a war zone in Iraq. "Love and War" is a photography series that documents the relationship of Guillaume Simoneau to his American girlfriend who is deployed to Iraq shortly after 9/11. He joined us in studio.

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