C'est la vieClaude Robinson's long fightMar 9, 2014 | 27:30Claude Robinson spent almost two decades of his life fighting infringement of his copyright. But despite the long and bitter battle, he still has faith in humanity.
C'est la vieTranslating Louise PennyMar 2, 2014 | 27:30Louise Penny is a NY Times best selling author. She lives in Quebec and writes in English. And now she is also a best selling author in French in Quebec. Find out how that happened.
C'est la vieCaroline Bisson's Paralympic dreamFeb 23, 2014 | 27:30In 2009 doctors amputated Caroline Bisson's left arm, shoulder and part of her rib cage, to stop the spread of bone cancer. Five years later, she is competing in the Paralympic Games in Sochi.
C'est la vieSlavery in colonial CanadaFeb 16, 2014 | 27:30Historian George Tombs translated a ground-breaking work that shows that slavery was part of everyday life in Canada, first under the French regime, and then under the British.
C'est la vieDuchesses return to Quebec's winter carnivalFeb 9, 2014 | 27:30Until the late 90s, Bonhomme Carnaval shared the spotlight of Quebec's winter carnival with seven duchesses. Now those duchesses are back, and they're causing quite a stir.