Radio Noon Montreal | May 17, 2013 | 37:18

PQ overture on Bill 14 gets cold shoulder

We speak to PQ minister Jean-Francois Lisée about the open letter he co-wrote with Diane De Courcy promising changes to Bill 14. We also hear reaction from the Liberals and our listeners call in and text with their opinions.

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