The Refuge Pageau

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The Refuge Pageau (Abitibi, Québec) provides rehabilitation to over 150 injured animals per year, with the aim of returning them to the wild. The passing of Michel Pageau, its charismatic founder, unveils the legacy of this company, which, to this day, keeps changing the face of the northern boreal region of Abitibi-Témiscamingue.

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