Quebec AM | Feb 8, 2013 | 2:23

Profile: Carolyn Taylor

Born in Northwest England, Carolyn Taylor first came to Quebec after meeting her husband who was born and raised in New Richmond. A proud parent, she also works as project coordinator at the Gaspesian Village. Carolyn tells us what inspires her about this part of la belle province.

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