Quebec AM | Oct 31, 2013 | 12:35

Representation of Anglophone voters in the Gaspé

In some parts of the Gaspé, there is a significant English-speaking population, yet not many Anglophones on council. Marika Wheeler tells us how English-speaking voters feel represented in municipal politics. We'll find out more about anglo representati

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