The Current | Feb 21, 2013 | 21:46

    Parti Quebecois 'Anglo Man' standing up for English speaking Quebecers

    From snowy Montreal, we begin with a Parti Quebecois government minister who is a French Quebec nationalist and a self-professed anglophile. A man who is standing up for Anglophone Quebecers... even after the former premier and PQ stalwart Jacques Parizeau told him to sit back down. Jean-François Lisée is Quebec's Minister of International Relations and he has now been tasked with building bridges between his government and Anglophone Quebecers.

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