Quebec AM | Apr 16, 2013 | 8:45

Rural Townshippers want health care closer to home

Residents in and around Ayer's Cliff say they're fed up with travelling long distances and waiting times to see a doctor. A group is now working towards opening a local medical clinic. Carol Mooney spoke to Quebec AM from St. Catherine-de-Hatley.

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