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Claude Péloquin (born 1942) is a Québécois poet, writer, singer, songwriter, screenwriter and director. Péloquin has published more than twenty books of poetry and is also the author of popular songs including Robert Charlebois' "Lindberg" for which he won the Félix-Leclerc Prize in 1969.
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