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 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 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 vieQuebec's dying with dignity billOct 13, 2013 | 27:30Last June the Quebec government tabled "An act respecting end-of-life care". When passed, it will allow doctors to help some patients die. Hear from the two women whose non-partisan work led to the bill...
C'est la vie"Jane, the fox and me" & "The Book Thief"Nov 24, 2013 | 27:30Author Fanny Britt tells us the personal story that inspired her graphic novel about bullying and the solace of books. We also hear from the 13-year-old Quebec actress who stars in "The Book Thief."
C'est la vieQuebec filmmaker gives a TED TalkJun 16, 2013 | 26:57Martin Villeneuve made Quebec's first science fiction film, "Mars et Avril". He recently gave a TED Talk about it. Find out how that came about.
C'est la vieUpcoming Acadian group Les Hay BabiesJun 9, 2013 | 27:22Acadians artists are making inroads on the Quebec music scene. Discover the latest group to make a splash: Les Hay Babies, from New Brunswick.