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Economic diversification of Mauricie-Centre-du-Quebec Region

Now that the Gentilly-2 power plant is closed in Becancour, funds may now be spent to bring renewable energy to the region. Patrick Charlebois from the Trois Rivieres Chamber of Commerce tells us more.

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