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Airboat owner welcomes court decision on St. Augustine Transport

Quebec's ferry authority plans to replace a 24-hour airboat service in St. Augustine with a hovercraft service, but it won't arrive until the fall.

Until then it had planned to offer helicopter service during the day.

Last week Quebec's Superior Court decided the airboat service, which had been discontinued, must continue to operate when the helicopter is not available in cases of medical emergency.

Susan speaks with Glen MacKinnon, who runs the airboat service.

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You can also hear our Wednesday interview  with Francois Bertrand, vice president of operations for Quebec's ferry authority, the Société des Traversiers.