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Quebec's language laws, Actor Taylor Schilling, mannequin family photos 03/11/2014

L'actualite blogger Jerome Lussier on why Quebec's language laws may harm French language and culture. 'Orange is the New Black' star Taylor Schilling on her new film, Stay. Artist Suzanne Heintz on her 14-year family photo project -- starring mannequins.

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