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In Plain Sight: Stalag Ripples. N.B.

The spider-like concrete ruins by the side of an isolated road in rural New Brunswick...and its connection to one of the most colourful politicians in Quebec history. That's the subject of this week's story on In Plain Sight, our weekly summer series about the hidden history of some of the region's objects, landmarks and structures.

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