Quebec AM | Jun 27, 2012 | 11:26

Communities across Quebec react to closing of Katimavik program

Last shift for Katimavik. Ainslie MacLellan was recently in Amqui and she speaks with some of the last Katimavik volunteers, now that the program has been wound down.

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