Quebec AM | Jan 31, 2013 | 11:47

Seeking out solutions to gas shortage in Chevery

It's a problem they saw coming, and has now literally immobilized the town. We check in to see they are anywhere closer to an action plan to get gas to the municipality of Chevery.

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