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Two Schefferville schools receive gifts from world-renowned conglomerate

Officials of Tata Steel, one of the biggest conglomerates in the world, came to see students at one of the littlest communities in Quebec last week. The goal: promote reading. We talked with the principal of Jimmy Sandy Memorial School in Kawawachikamach.

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