Radio Noon Montreal | Oct 30, 2013 | 24:39

Alcoa threatens to shutdown 3 Quebec plants

Marois calls Alcoa threat "needlessly alarmist." Couillard knocks the PQ for not getting involved sooner. Alcoa VP says energy costs are too high while Baie Comeau official worries about his city.

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