Quebec AM | Jan 30, 2013 | 10:42

Quebec AM is out East!

Susan and the rest of the Quebec AM team are still out east. After Tuesdays's special broadcast from New Carlisle High School, we still have lots of events planned. Susan tells us about a Town Hall being hosted in Cascapedia-St-Jules.

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