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Television Interview - News Radio-Canada

Hey Lovelies,
a couple weeks ago I had a lovely chat with reporter Frederique Mazerolle for Telejournal Acadie.
Here is the screenshot I took of the full interview but if you wish to see on the website click here and we are at 34 min 40 sec: Radio-Canada New-Brunswick




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