Quebec AM | Apr 10, 2013 | 14:46

Deni Y. Béchard "Cures for Hunger"

Deni Y. Béchard's memoir 'Cures for Hunger' has met great critical acclaim. He joins us in studio to tell us more as he prepares to launch the French translation of the book.

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