Homerun | May 7, 2013 | 4:01

Le Nord Pour Tous

Premier Pauline Marois released her party's version of the Plan Nord today. It's called "Le Nord Pour Tous". Homerun's Steve Rukavina talks to Radio-Canada's Sebastien Bovet about it.

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