Quebec AM | Nov 5, 2013 | 10:11

Engineering housing solutions in Northern Quebec

Communities in Nunavik are facing a critical housing shortage - but building more homes is an expensive proposition. Daniel Baril and Ahmad Kayello are masters students in building engineering and are trying to find solutions.

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