Quebec environmental groups are calling on the government to publish the results of 2015 drilling for shale gas on Anticosti Island and to hold an environmental review. (Radio-Canada) The Quebec government is not being straightforward about the data it has on shale-gas exploration on Anticosti Island, a coalition of environmental and citizens’ groups said Friday. The coalition is asking the Liberal government to order environmental review hearings through its provincial assessment agency, known as the BAPE, and to publish the results of its drilling activities on Anticosti. The director of Nature-Québec, Christian Simard, said there are eleven sites where drilling has been completed over the past two years. Simard said in 2014, the findings were published on the government’s website, however, this year’s findings have yet to be made public. "It is time to have an assessment, and to make it public — to open a debate," he said. […]