Quebec AM | Sep 27, 2013 | 3:47

New road connects Kegaska to the province

People in Kegaska on the Lower North Shore can now drive to Natashquan and the rest of the province, because of a new bridge and road. Catou MacKinnon speaks with crab fisherman Harold King about what this means for Kegaska.

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