Quebec shovels help Alaskan town with "Snowpocalypse"
A Quebec manufacturer of snow shovels is coming to the rescue of Cordova, Alaska. The small town is literally buried under 450 centimetres of snow, and it needs some real Bonhomme-sized snow shovels to dig out.
Garant snow shovel, in St-François-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud near Lévis has been making shovels since 1865.
Quebec AM's Glenn Wanamaker speaks with Cordova's information officer Allen Marquette and with the president of Garant, Jean Gaudreault.