By any measure, Ghislain Picard’s claim to a place in modern Quebec is hard to dispute. His roots in the province’s soil go deep, reaching back at least 5,000 years, all the way to the longforgotten moment when his distant forbears first arrived on the St.By BARRY CAME6 min
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