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Breakaway - Montreal student exchange program in GaspéMay 21, 2014 | 12:48Breakaway Montreal student exchange program in Gaspé Audio
Breakaway Montreal student exchange program in Gaspé May 21, 2014 | 12:48Students from Montreal are wrapping up their term at the Cégep de la Gaspésie et des Iles, part of a growing exchange program. The CBC's Elias Abboud spoke with students and the program's director.
Breakaway - The Stanley Cup in St. AgapitJun 16, 2015 | 3:24Breakaway The Stanley Cup in St. Agapit Audio
Breakaway The Stanley Cup in St. Agapit Jun 16, 2015 | 3:24There are Stanley Cup celebrations going on in St. Agapit, south of Quebec City. Last night, hometown hero Antoine Vermette won his first ever cup with the Chicago Blackhawks. The CBC's Peter Tardif spoke with the town's proud mayor, Sylvie Fortin Graham.
Breakaway - A visit to the Boulet Boots factory in St. TiteJan 28, 2015 | 14:24Breakaway A visit to the Boulet Boots factory in St. Tite Audio
Breakaway A visit to the Boulet Boots factory in St. Tite Jan 28, 2015 | 14:24The town of St. Tite in the Mauricie is renowned for its Western Festival and also its world famous cowboy boots. That's right. Canada's biggest cowboy boot maker is tucked away in the small town. The CBC's Peter Tardif took the grand tour.
Breakaway - Quebecois Christmas tree-seller inspires documentaryMar 17, 2015 | 16:05Breakaway Quebecois Christmas tree-seller inspires documentary Audio
Breakaway Quebecois Christmas tree-seller inspires documentary Mar 17, 2015 | 16:05A Quebecois Christmas tree-seller is a fixture of NYC's Upper West Side during the holiday season. The CBC's Rachelle Solomon went to "François' corner" and met the filmmakers who were so inspired by François that they've made a documentary, Tree Man.
Breakaway - Claudine Bourbonnais publishes "Métis Beach"Feb 18, 2015 | 12:26Breakaway Claudine Bourbonnais publishes "Métis Beach" Audio
Breakaway Claudine Bourbonnais publishes "Métis Beach" Feb 18, 2015 | 12:26Radio-Canada's Claudine Bourbonnais has written her first novel, Métis Beach. She spoke with the CBC's Rachelle Solomon about the story, largely set in the United States, but has firm roots in eastern Quebec.
Breakaway - Louane Emera en anglaisMay 8, 2015 | 8:03Breakaway Louane Emera en anglais Audio
Breakaway Louane Emera en anglais May 8, 2015 | 8:03She went from starring on the French TV sensation The Voice, to starring in a hit French movie that opens in Quebec today. The CBC's Peter Black spoke with Louane Emera about her rise to stardom in her first English interview.
Breakaway - A taste of Le Paradis, new Quebec City food truckJun 19, 2015 | 5:33Breakaway A taste of Le Paradis, new Quebec City food truck Audio
Breakaway A taste of Le Paradis, new Quebec City food truck Jun 19, 2015 | 5:33Julia Caron climbs aboard Quebec City's newest food truck, which is serving up great grub in a bucolic setting - a totally transformed parking lot. Chefs Pascaline Gouin and Yann Compera give Julia a tour of the truck, and the menu.
Breakaway - Talking 10 years of mystery novels with Louise PennyJul 8, 2015 | 17:28Breakaway Talking 10 years of mystery novels with Louise Penny Audio
Breakaway Talking 10 years of mystery novels with Louise Penny Jul 8, 2015 | 17:28It has been 10 years since Louise Penny published her first novel, introducing the world to Chief Inspector Gamache and Three Pines. The CBC's Rachelle Solomon spoke with Penny about this special anniversary.
Breakaway - Douglastown in music, past and presentJul 31, 2014 | 18:00Breakaway Douglastown in music, past and present Audio
Breakaway Douglastown in music, past and present Jul 31, 2014 | 18:00A new CD called "Douglastown: Music and Song from the Gaspe Coast" tells the musical story of that community. The CBC's Rachelle Solomon spoke with Glenn Patterson and Laura Risk about the project.
Breakaway - Breakaway at Bishop's University - Part 1Nov 21, 2014 | 19:31Breakaway Breakaway at Bishop's University - Part 1 Audio
Breakaway Breakaway at Bishop's University - Part 1 Nov 21, 2014 | 19:31In the first half hour of Breakaway's broadcast from Bishop's University, the CBC's Rachelle Solomon spoke with Robert Hall (Chair of Board of the Governors), Hans Rouleau (Registrar), students Elisa Clementz and Josephine Gautier de Lahaut.
Breakaway - Children's book published about donkey in Old QuebecDec 24, 2014 | 12:16Breakaway Children's book published about donkey in Old Quebec Audio
Breakaway Children's book published about donkey in Old Quebec Dec 24, 2014 | 12:16Aldo the donkey attracts considerable attention in Old Quebec, where he lives at the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity. The CBC's Rachelle Solomon visited with him and with Louisa Blair who was inspired to write a children's book, Daisy and the Donkey Church.
Breakaway - "You Belong To Me" documentaryFeb 10, 2015 | 16:57Breakaway "You Belong To Me" documentary Audio
Breakaway "You Belong To Me" documentary Feb 10, 2015 | 16:57Film producer Hilary Saltzman joined the CBC's Rachelle Solomon to talk about the documentary "You Belong To Me". It tells the complex story of Ruby McCollum, a black woman who shot and killed a white doctor in Live Oak, Florida, in 1952.
Breakaway - Remembering the Quebec Caribous lacrosse teamApr 20, 2015 | 9:22Breakaway Remembering the Quebec Caribous lacrosse team Audio
Breakaway Remembering the Quebec Caribous lacrosse team Apr 20, 2015 | 9:22Forty years ago, the Quebec Caribous were the top team in the National Lacrosse League before the league folded. The CBC's Peter Tardif spoke with a former player about the heyday of the sport in Quebec City.
Breakaway - Melissa Etheridge traces ancestry to Quebec CityApr 30, 2015 | 12:10Breakaway Melissa Etheridge traces ancestry to Quebec City Audio
Breakaway Melissa Etheridge traces ancestry to Quebec City Apr 30, 2015 | 12:10Melissa Etheridge was recently in Quebec City to film an episode of the television show, Who Do You Think You Are? Historian Jennifer J. Davis spoke with the CBC's Rachelle Solomon about tracing the singer's paternal roots to New France.
Breakaway - Touring Sir John A. Macdonald's summer retreatJul 6, 2015 | 13:58Breakaway Touring Sir John A. Macdonald's summer retreat Audio
Breakaway Touring Sir John A. Macdonald's summer retreat Jul 6, 2015 | 13:58Sir John A. Macdonald took refuge from the pressures of leading government at his summer home in Rivière-du-Loup. Historian Karen Molson gave our Peter Black a tour of Les Rochers on the 200th anniversary of the birth of Canada's first prime minister.

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