This videoclip is an extract of an interview conducted by Héritage Sutton with Georgette and Denise Potvin.
Denise Potvin: Yes, there was something, but it was still stressful. I think the worst I ever did was with a Volkswagen, carrying a television set. Because, again, it cost much, much less in the United States than in Canada. So, I had the two boys in the back, who had to stay quiet when we crossed the border, and some cushions, too…You remember how Volkswagens were made; there was a little storage space behind the seat. And the television was there, there… and you put things on top of it so that it didn’t show …I think that was one of the last times. I was happy to have the TV, but it was stressful.
Georgette Potvin: It wasn’t easy, crossing the border, when we had…when we didn’t have a clear conscience. Crossing when we had nothing was OK, but, whenever there was a little something…