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Quebec AM with Susan Campbell

Start your weekday mornings with Quebec AM. Host Susan Campbell and the team tap into what people are buzzing about in communities across the Quebec.

  • 07:29
    Laurie Odjick was invited to the hearings of the MMIWG inquiry in Mani-Utenam, Que. in Nov. 2017, to support the families as well as the commissioners. She talked to CBC about how that sense of community played a vital role in her own healing process.
    Dec 6, 2017
  • 09:05
    Three candidates are vying for the mayor's seat in the town of Gros-Mecatina on the Lower North Shore: incumbent mayor Randy Jones, former mayor Brian Evans and newcomer Stephen Collier.
    Nov 3, 2017
  • 08:59
    Well-known educator and author Nick Fonda is back with a new collection of writings called "Richmond Now and Then: An Anecdotal History". We spoke to him at the recent Townships Heritage Fair.
    Oct 27, 2017
  • 15:28
    Thetford Mines was once best-known for its production of Asbestos. Now its getting a lot of attention for a new export: the finest basketball players in Quebec. Our Rebecca Martel stopped by for a visit to the Thetford Mines Basketball Academy.
    Oct 23, 2017
  • 06:55
    Joan Ward Thomson is being remembered as a pillar of her Eastern Townships community. She passed away earlier this week at the age of 106. Her daughter, the Reverend Heather Thomson, shared her reflections on her mother's life of service.
    Oct 6, 2017
  • 09:16
    A photo of barber Franz Jacob, lying on the ground to finish off a young boy's haircut, has been shared around the world. Franz Jacob says adapting to please his clients who have autism is just part of his job.
    Oct 5, 2017
  • 16:40
    The Cree in Mistissini have been in the tourism industry for years, but they hope to expand. Some Cree feel plans for the future could have a wider impact on the community including reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous.
    Sep 15, 2017
  • 07:29
    Micheline Youssef of Sherbrooke is one of thousands who escaped war in Syria. She's been helping other newcomers settle in, and for children, she developed a doll named Shaam with whom they could share their feelings. Here's Susan's conversation.
    Sep 13, 2017
  • 14:21
    A benefits program for parents of disabled children was introduced last year by the province. One mother saw her application rejected twice and is taking the Quebec government to court.
    Sep 6, 2017
  • 12:36
    From moving hundreds of kilometres away to pursue post-secondary education, to leaving the family home at 14 to participate in sporting clubs, Quebec youth who live in remote regions face a unique set of challenges.
    Sep 6, 2017
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