Quebec AM | Jun 3, 2014 | 11:42

Government gives go-ahead to Gaspé cement plant

After a few weeks of hesitation, the new Couillard government has confirmed what the former Marois government announced in January - a $1 billion project and no environmental hearings. We hear reaction from environmentalists and industry analysts.

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