Quebec AM | Dec 19, 2013 | 9:06

New Health Coop to open in Ayer's Cliff

Visiting the doctor is about to get a whole lot easier for people living in one part of the Eastern Townships. Alison Brunette stopped by what currently looks like a café, but will soon be transformed into a one of a kind Health Cooperative.

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