Quebec AM | May 7, 2012 | 6:54

Protests against proposed wind turbine project in Derby, Vermont

Residents in Stanstead are against a project to build wind turbines on the US side of border in Derby, Vermont. Derby town councillor Karen Jenne attended a protest yesterday against the project and tells us why.

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Quebec AM J'aime mon Facteur Jan 8, 2014 | 6:30Sharing your love of mail, via the mail. J'aime mon facteur is an ongoing collective project was created by Engramme, a printmaking studio in Quebec City. Julia Caron stopped by to find out more.
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Quebec AM - Longtime teacher Steve Osterman at Three Rivers AcademyJan 7, 2014 | 7:49Quebec AM Longtime teacher Steve Osterman at Three Rivers Academy Audio
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