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Quebec AM with Susan Campbell

Start each weekday morning with Quebec AM. We'll bring you the news, weather, and sports ... plus a few surprises. The Quebec AM team taps into what people are buzzing about in communities across the province.

  • 10:20
    CBC was part of an election panel held at the Bishop's Forum in Lennoxville. In this exchange, candidates from the four main parties explain their positions on foreign medical professionals having their credentials recognized in Quebec.
    Aug 16, 2018
  • 09:47
    The Invictus Games are set to begin Oct. 20 in Sydney, Australia. Canada has selected 40 athletes to compete. Among them, Derek Speirs, who was medically discharged following a fire in 2004 aboard the submarine HSCM Chicoutimi. We take you to a gym in Sherbrooke to meet Speirs, who met with CBC's Rebecca Martel during training, and as you'll hear, it wasn't an easy one.
    Aug 14, 2018
  • 08:50
    Former Quebec member of the national assembly John Ciaccia - who died Tuesday at age 85 - is being remembered for his work during the Oka Crisis. Mohalk activist Ellen Gabriel knew Ciaccia from the frontlines of the 1990 crisis, and shares her memories of the minister.
    Aug 14, 2018
  • 13:41
    An Quebec geography professor has returned from Turkey following a trip to interview Syrian refugees in the Mediterranean country. The same professor went last summer to re-trace the route through the Balkans used by almost 800-thousand people. She discusses her research and her findings with Quebec AM's Susan Campbell.
    Aug 7, 2018
  • 12:08
    After decades of efforts, the municipality of Gros-Mécatina will finally have a retirement home for its senior residents.
    Aug 6, 2018
  • 08:59
    Dressed in bright yellow vests, the Kegaska Bike Squad has been speeding through the streets of the small Lower North Shore town for the past year. Cycling in groups, the young members go out for picnics and explore rocky beaches and hidden coves. The squad stopped for a few minutes to speak with Julia Page, during CBC Quebec's trip on the Lower North Shore.
    Jul 25, 2018
  • 13:30
    Lucie Roy's daughter was one of the first responders to be called to the scene of the mass shooting in a Ste-Foy mosque, in January of last year. Roy says in the year that followed, her daughter struggled with anxiety and exhaustion. She took her own life this past spring. Roy is now calling on more open conversations about post-traumatic stress disorder.
    May 31, 2018
  • 12:06
    Aminka Belvitt, who works in digital marketing in Montreal and Joan Drinkwater who lives at Grace Village in Huntingville woke up early to watch the Royal Wedding. They spoke to guest host Alison Brunette.
    May 18, 2018
  • 11:06
    CBC journalist Rebecca Martel introduces us to three volunteers in Gaspe, Quebec City and Richmond who give their time - and get a lot in return.
    Apr 26, 2018
  • 12:24
    Quebec's health ministry has announced that the province will now pay for breast prostheses. Breast cancer survivor Franca Palermo tells us what those prostheses mean to her, and Jida El Hajjar, Vice-President Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation describes the difference this new policy will make.
    Apr 11, 2018
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