Quebec AM | Oct 15, 2013 | 9:01

Small town divided over cranberry production

A small town in Central Quebec has found itself in the middle of a legal battle over...cranberries. The CBC's Allison Van Rassel explains what's dividing citizens in Sainte-Séraphine.

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