Daybreak Montreal | Sep 9, 2013 | 11:28

Archbishop opposes Values Charter

The most senior member of the Catholic Church in Montreal is speaking out against the idea of a Charter of Quebec Values. Listen to Daybreak host Mike Finnerty's conversation with the archbishop of Montreal Christian Lepine.

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