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Thursday February 09, 2017
We hear about the documentary,"T'es où Youssef", on one man's quest to find out why an old friend left to fight in Syria.
Friday January 20, 2017
Quebec City firefighter Sébastien Lapierre has just become the first Canadian to reach the South Pole on a solo expedition - a 1,200 km voyage across Antarctica to the South Pole. And today in our studio with Susan!
Thursday January 19, 2017
Terry Haig, longtime Expos colour commentator, joined us to talk about the announcement that Former Montreal Expo Tim Raines will be inducted into Major League Baseball's Hall of Fame.
Tuesday December 20, 2016
Lorraine Dean is a volunteer with the Sherbrooke chapter of “Little Brother”, an organization that reaches out to isolated elderly people. Dean was paired up with Margaret Owens, and the pair now see each other once a week.
Wednesday December 14, 2016
Quebec City's Stephanie Harvey sits down with Susan Campbell to talk about how gaming became her life's calling.
Wednesday December 14, 2016
La Boussole in Quebec City, started a campaign to offer hope to the family members and loved ones of those suffering from mental illness. Hélène Levesque is the director. Terrence Keller uses their services.
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