Logé au 3 Sentier des Saules, le NID est une épicerie coopérative et participative à but non lucratif. Le principe est de proposer aux membres - qui travaillent dans le magasin dont ils sont propriétaires - une gamme complète de produits. Marthe Nicolet nous présentera les coulisses de cet experiment social une en son genre.
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