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Transport maritime : le rôle crucial des pilotes du St-Laurent


published on 17 October 2022 151 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Radio-Canada Info". Originally published on 2022-10-14.
Toutes les 40 minutes, un pilote du Saint-Laurent embarque à bord d'un navire de commerce qui transite entre Montréal et Québec. 230 pilotes sont chargés de guider les embarcations dans la voie maritime : une des plus dangereuses au monde.

Un métier essentiel à l'économie du Québec, qui est payant, mais qui vient avec son lot de contraintes et de stress. Catherine François nous amène à bord d'un porte-conteneur qui sillonne le fleuve.

Le reportage de Catherine François au #TJ18H
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