Friday March 03, 2017
Kirsten Forberg and Nicolas are former McGill students and partners. They chose to leave the busy city life to start an organic farm in the Laurentians, la Ferme Bioloko.
Thursday February 23, 2017
Myrna Alexander worked in locations around the globe for the World Bank before settling back into the Laurentian lifestyle and opening up her café called Les Mots Tremblants.
Monday November 21, 2016
Shirley Nadeau, the chair of the Community Christmas Hamper Campaign, speaks to Saroja Coelho, about the start of the campaign.
Wednesday October 26, 2016
At 84 years old, Ross Cole is the oldest ski instructor to still be giving lessons in Canada. After spending six decades on the Laurentians' ski hills, Cole has just received a lifetime achievement award.
Tuesday September 13, 2016
Audio Unschooling: Part two
The unschooling trend is seeing thousands of Canadian children yanked from school and allowed to learn what they want. In part two of our series, Radio-Canada's Valérie Ouellet introduces us to a former unschooler and we learn how he's doing in adulthood.
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