Aug 14, 2015 | 15:40Breakaway Li'l Andy releases The Shigawake Song Audio
Breakaway Li'l Andy releases The Shigawake Song Aug 14, 2015 | 15:40Li'l Andy has performed as part of the Shigawake Music Festival since it began on the Gaspe Coast. The Montreal country singer joined the CBC's Rachelle Solomon in studio to talk about releasing "The Shigawake Song" in time for this year's events.
Aug 17, 2012 | 14:59Breakaway Coirneal Cealteach: Preserving Irish History in Quebec Audio
Breakaway Coirneal Cealteach: Preserving Irish History in Quebec Aug 17, 2012 | 14:59Steve Cameron is a co-founder of Coirneal Cealteach, an Irish history and heritage group based in Sainte-Agathe-de-Lotbinière. Coirneal Cealteach means Celtic corner and it's also the name given to the site of the Celtic cross that stands in Sainte-Agathe. Fueled by a passion for preserving the history of their ancestors, the volunteers who make up the group are putting up physical markers to ensure future generations know this province's Irish history. Before taking the CBC's Rachelle Solomon on a tour of two re-discovered heritage sites, Steve Cameron talked about researching the stories in the region.
May 14, 2015 | 7:20Breakaway Ikea returns to Quebec City Audio
Breakaway Ikea returns to Quebec City May 14, 2015 | 7:20Nearly 20 years after it left town, Swedish retailer Ikea is coming back to Quebec City with a pick-up depot. The CBC's Catou MacKinnon spoke the president of Ikea Canada about the decision to re-open.
Aug 20, 2012 | 13:25Breakaway The Craig's Road in St-Sylvestre Audio
Breakaway The Craig's Road in St-Sylvestre Aug 20, 2012 | 13:25In the early 1800s, the Craig's Road opened the province to new immigrants, connecting Quebec City to Boston. Earlier this year, in June, the municipality of St-Sylvestre designated a 200m dirt road an historical site, identifying that it is indeed an original section of that historic route. Steve Cameron, co-founder of the Irish historical and heritage group Coirneal Cealteach, took the CBC's Rachelle Solomon for a drive along Route 269 and then a walk along the re-discovered site.