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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.

  • 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
  • 11:36
    Uplands Cultural and Heritage Centre in Lennoxville is looking for people with stories to share for a study of the traditions around the taking of tea in the Townships. Rebecca Martel spoke with Julie Marleau, visitors services coordinator at Uplands, and a group of tea drinkers at the Centre about their memories.
    Apr 6, 2018
  • 15:58
    Mathias Jolly grew up in Mistissini, Quebec. He shares his experiences growing up as both Cree and gay.
    Mar 12, 2018
  • 12:08
    They say the captain must go down with the ship. One man in Charlevoix says in his father's case, the ship went away with its captain. Éloi Perron built the M.P. Émelie in 1956. Six decades later, the schooner that had been stranded in Baie-Saint-Paul for years, floated away, on the day of Perron's wake.
    Mar 7, 2018
  • 14:55
    Rais Bhuiyan was shot in the face shortly after 9/11 by a man who was targeting Muslims. Although Bhuiyan came close to death, he forgave his attacker and tried to saved him from the death penalty. He was in Quebec City on March 2, invited by the U.S. Consul to speak to several groups about his path to forgiveness, including the survivors of the shooting at the Quebec Mosque, and stopped by our studio.
    Mar 2, 2018
  • 11:58
    Alison Brunette was onhand as a classroom at Sunnyside Elementary School in Stanstead was transformed into a salon and hairdressing students from Brome Mississquoi Vocational Centre got some hands-on practice.
    Feb 6, 2018
  • 13:27
    Catherine Hudon says the Quebec government has to end a policy of barring parents from the Medevac jet. Her toddler son Matteo died after being evacuated on the plane without her from Chisasibi in 2008.
    Feb 6, 2018
  • 09:13
    Radio-Canada reporter Alexandre Duval joined us to tell us about the letter he received from the parents of the accused in the Quebec Mosque attack, and the phone conversation that ensued.
    Jan 31, 2018
  • 18:13
    Three Quebec pediatricians are calling on the Quebec government to change its policy on airlifting children to hospitals in Quebec City and Montreal from other parts of the province. The current policy - which has been in place for decades - does not allow parents to accompany their sick or injured children on the government jet used for evacuations. We spoke to Dr. Samir Shaheen-Hussain, one of the doctors calling for the change.
    Jan 26, 2018
  • 06:55
    Islamic Relief Canada raised more than $400,000 dollars for the families of those injured and killed during the Jan. 29, 2018 shooting at the Quebec Mosque. A year later, the organization's Reyhana Patel and Nora Shamroukh travelled to Quebec City to show their support in person.
    Jan 25, 2018
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