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GOVERNMENT HELP COULD COME IN TIME TO HELP NORDIQUES
Published March 27, 1995
In Quebec, the Partis Quebecois caucus has given the provincial government the go ahead on a "reasonable" plan to help the Nordiques, who are struggling financially and want a new arena. Assistance may come in the form similar to the low- interest loan the previous Liberal government gave to the business consortium that bought the Expos four years ago (WASHINGTON POST/LE SOLEIL, 3/25).