Quebec AM | Mar 21, 2013 | 9:31

Not dead yet hydro project

What happens when the government cancels a hydro project but everyone carries on as if nothing happened? We'll hear about the case of the not dead yet hydro project planned for la Chute Sainte-Anne, not far from Quebec City.

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