"We're afraid of the sea, but we still like it."
The Grand Marée of last December brought high tides, massive waves and flooding to many communities along the Gaspé coasts and Lower North Shore. The CBC's Susan Woodfine recently visited the two communities of Ste. Luce and Ste. Flavie. In these two towns, just over a hundred homeowners have to decide whether to take compensation from the province and move their homes to less flood prone ground, or to stay put and face the uncertaintly of another bad storm one day. And as Susan Woodfine, explains for some people. their relationship with the sea has changed.
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