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Homeowners still waiting on flood relief

It has been almost a year since the now famous high tide storm surge that hit Eastern Quebec last December.

The opposition PQ is criticizing the goverment for being too slow to provide relief money for homeowners. But Public Security Minister Robert Dutil says overall compensation files are moving along well.

The CBC's Susan Woodfine joins Susan for the first in a series of reports, in the lead up to the anniversary of the floods.

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