During long winter months, at the gateway to Canadian Far North, on the iced Saguenay River, settles a real fishermen village. In this minus twenty-two degrees February day, the waters frozen by four feet of ice and the strong gusts of wind turn every step slippy. Out there, the weather situation often gets extreme, and so does the practice of […]
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