Quebec AM | Nov 19, 2012 | 7:13

Community of Chevery concerned about potential gas shortage this winter

The lower north shore community of Chevery is worried about running out of gas this Winter. The gas station's tanks are no longer up to code and need to be replaced. Julie Chislett is part of a local committee that wrote a report on possible solutions to the gas shortage in town.

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