Lac St-Charles residents prompted to disregard water preservation law
A new law prohibits people living around Lac St-Charles to groom their land to the water's edge. The lake is Quebec City's drinking water reservoir and officials are worried of blue-green algae. Someone has handed out anonymous pamphlets calling on residents to disregard the law. Susan Campbell speaks with resident Pierre Beaulieu to find out what he's planning on doing.
After her conversation with Beaulieu, Susan speaks with environmentalist Christian Simard from Nature Quebec for his take.