• Sue Smith


    CBC Montreal's Homerun has you covered for your afternoon drive home. Host Sue Smith has the stories, people and events making a buzz in Montreal.

    Posted: Jan 16, 2017 1:52 PM ET

Homerun clips

  • Thursday March 01, 2018

    Audio Beyond Black History Month

    For the last 4 weeks, galas were held, exhibits were put on display, and everyone from Prince to everyday members of Montreal's Black community was honoured. But what happens once Black History Month is over? "We are silenced," says Shanice Yarde, Equity Educational Advisor at McGill's SEDE office. Yarde says, once March 1 comes around, we need "to push past the idea that we only exist in February."

    Listen 7:39
  • Tuesday February 20, 2018

    Audio The choreographer that helped Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir win Olympic gold

    Samuel Chouinard is the choreographer behind Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir's historic Olympic win in PyeongChang. The ice dancing champions trained with Chouinard at the Complexe Gadbois in the Southwest, but they weren't his only Olympic clients. Chouinard talks to host Sue Smith about what it's like to choreograph competing teams, the day-to-day of working with Virtue and Moir, and the question on everyone's lips – is the ice dancing duo together?

    Listen 9:23
  • Tuesday January 30, 2018

    Audio Hydro-Quebec's historic Northern Pass deal in New Hampshire's hands

    Hydro-Québec has been celebrating its historic energy deal with Massachusetts. The Northern Pass Transmission project is a 20-year deal that will generate millions in revenue for the public utility. But, there's one last step before that becomes a reality – New Hampshire's approval. Annie Ropeik, energy and environment reporter with New Hampshire Public Radio, gives us the rundown.

    Listen 8:31
  • Tuesday January 23, 2018

    Audio Dominque Anglade talks NAFTA from Davos

    A lot is at stake for world economies, Including here in Quebec— NAFTA talks have resumed in Montreal, Canada has just finalized an agreement on a revised TPP, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has joined world leaders and the financial elite in Davos for the World Economic Forum. Dominique Anglade, Quebec's Deputy Premier and Minister of Economic Development, weighs in from Davos.

    Listen 8:26
  • Monday January 22, 2018

    Audio Homerun January 22, 2018

    Homerun speaks to Kate Arthur about Kids Code Jeunesse.

    Listen 8:04
  • Monday January 22, 2018

    Audio Kids Code Jeunesse

    Kids Code Jeunesse will recieve $6 million from the federal government. We speak with Kate Arthur, the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Kids Code Jeunesse about learning, coding and the future.

    Listen 8:04
  • Thursday January 18, 2018

    Audio Joshua Levy's great-great-grandfather, Boris Kaplan

    Joshua Levy's great-great-grandfather, Boris Kaplan

    Listen 2:40
  • Friday December 15, 2017

    Audio Christopher the pig visits the Homerun studio

    Christopher has 19,000 followers on Instagram and has become a world traveller.

    Listen 8:56


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