Quebec AM | Jan 29, 2013 | 7:13

Newcomers to New Carlisle share their love story with the region

They were once strangers in a strange land, but are now proud to call the Baie des Chaleurs their home. We'll meet two people who moved to the region for love, and ended up falling head over heels for the region as well.

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