Quebec AM | Sep 30, 2013 | 8:58

Percé gets new wharf

Earlier this year, the Perce wharf was fenced up, blocked off and declared too dangerous to use. But the town pushed back against this federal government decision. Now, the municipality may finally get the repairs it's been asking for. We hear from the ma

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