Haiti still rebuilding, two years after quake
It was two years ago today that a devastating earthquake hit Haiti, killing more than two hundred thousand people and destroying much of the country's infrastructure.
Quebec AM's Julia Caron speaks with Reginald Sorel, volunteer with several international development organizations, about what earthquake victims still need, two years later.
Former Governor General of Canada Michaëlle Jean is currently a UNESCO envoy to Haiti. She talks about some of the obstacles facing the Haitian government when it comes to rebuilding.