Quebec AM | Jul 17, 2014 | 6:54

Judge rules town of St. Augustin must help build landing pad

Quebec's ferry authority is one step closer to building a landing ramp for their hovercraft in St. Augustin, on the Lower North Shore. We hear why a judge has ruled that the town will have to give the authorization for the landing pad, like it or not.

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