from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A river rising in the highlands of eastern Quebec, Canada, and flowing about 386 km (240 mi) generally southeast to the St. Lawrence River.
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That is exactly what drove Louis Picard to come back to the reserve, also known as Betsiamites, where he was born after living most of his life in Quebec City.
"We are committed to ensuring growing First Nations communities such as Betsiamites have the water and wastewater infrastructure to meet their current and future needs."
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Improving the Betsiamites drinking water system will eliminate health hazards for our members by providing them with access to quality water, "stated Raphael Picard, Chief of the Betsiamites Innu community.