Gallery

A sampling of some of the people we met during our journey to understand the impact of climate change on coastal communities along the Saint Lawrence River in eastern Quebec.

In the Magdalen Islands:

The mayor of the Magdalen Islands, Joel Arsenault, being interviews by Susan Woodfine.

The mayor of the Magdalen Islands, Joël Arsenault, being interviewed by Susan Woodfine.

Fisherman XX on Grosse Isle

David Burke of Grosse Isle

Harvey Taker's granddaughter, who moved back to Grosse Isle from the United States to raise her child in a clean environment.

Rebecca Louise Clarke of Grosse Isle

Guillaume Tita, Director of XXX

Guglielmo Tita, Director of CERMIM

Joyce Josey, Chez Brian Josey Resto Bar, Entry Island

Joyce Josey, Chez Brian Josey Resto Bar, Entry Island

On the Gaspe Coast:

Geoff ??

Geoff Clayden, Gaspe

Jennifer Hayes, dairy farmer in Shigawake on the Chaleur Bay

Jennifer Hayes, Shigawake

Adair Gay, resident of XX and senior activist ??

Adair Gay, Sandy Beach

Cynthia Dow, climate activist from New Richmond on the Chaleur Bay

Cynthia Dow, New Richmond

Joanne Jean, former owner of the XX which was destroyed in December 2010 by flood waters which broke the river bank in the English-speaking community of Sandy Bank.

Johanne Jean, Sunny Bank

Lise Chartrand climate change activist Quebec

Lise Chartrand, Gaspé

Alexander Reford Jardins Metis climate change fleuve Saint Lawrence erosion high tide storm surge

Alexander Reford, Métis-sur-Mer

François Francois Roussy Gaspe Gaspé Petrolia

Gaspé Mayor, François Roussy

In the Lower Saint Lawrence:

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Harold Foy, Ste-Luce

coastal erosion high tide storm surge David Didier UQAR

David Didier, Ste-Luce

climate change photographer Joan Sullivan coastal erosion

David Didier explains coastal erosion to Joan Sullivan, along the Saint Lawrence River

Montreal

climate change global warming Savard Montreal

Climate Scientist Jean-Pierre Savard

climate change, erosion, coastal erosion

high tide, storm surge, coastal erosion, climate change, Quebec

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