Quebec AMSebastien Sasseville completes cross-Canada runNov 26, 2014 | 12:26Sebastien Sasseville is a triathlete from Quebec City who's just completed a cross-country run to raise awareness of Type I Diabetes. Over 9 months he ran the equivalent of 180 marathons. He came in studio to tell us about his odyssey.
Quebec AMFormer peacekeeper Dan Lafontaine weighs in on AG reportNov 26, 2014 | 13:14Complex bureaucracy and wait times have made access to mental health care troublesome for veterans. That's according to a new report released by the Auditor General of Canada. Veterans' advocate Dan Lafontaine tells us what he thinks should be done.
Quebec AMA Quebec first: St-Hyacinthe uses table scraps to make biogasNov 25, 2014 | 8:20St-Hyacinthe inaugurated a biomethanization plant on Monday which will transform organic compost into biogas. It's a first for Quebec. Donald Côté, agronomist and city councillor tells us how it works.
Quebec AMMélissa Mollen-Dupuis supports Cree youth marchersNov 25, 2014 | 8:47Youth from the Cree Nation of Mistissini are walking to Montreal to protest a planned uranium mine near Mistissini Lake. Idle No More Québec cofounder Mélissa Mollen-Dupuis tells us about the spirit of their walk.
Quebec AMBishop's prof Michael Teed talks teachingNov 24, 2014 | 5:31Bishop's University Business Department prof Michael Teed dropped by our live show on campus to talk about how a small school and smaller class sizes make for more effective teaching.
Quebec AMRobillard Commission explains proposed cutsNov 24, 2014 | 8:18In these days of austerity, the government has been given some ideas on how to cut, snip or even abolish, in order to reach a zero deficit. Former politician Lucienne Robillard, the chair of the government's new program review commission.
Quebec AMBishop's students become best buddiesNov 21, 2014 | 8:16The Best Buddies Program pairs student volunteers with people from the community who are living with intellectual disabilities. Our townships reporter Alison Brunette brings us to one of their evenings.
Quebec AMBishop's students pledge $1M to the Capital CampaignNov 21, 2014 | 7:33Bishop's Capital Campaign is past the half-way mark to reach its $30M goal. Chelsea Maclellan and Matt McBrine tell us what it's all about.
Quebec AMBishop's own radio stationNov 21, 2014 | 4:09Bishop's student council has been working to set up an on-campus radio station called “Toast Radio”. Andrew Szasz tells us how close they are to becoming Quebec AM's rival on campus.
Quebec AMSexED peer program at Champlain collegeNov 21, 2014 | 10:13Champlain college has formed of group of peer students to raise awareness about healthy relationships, safer sex, peer pressure, and gender and sexual identity.
Quebec AMEastern Townships concerned about proposed Quebec school board mergersNov 20, 2014 | 9:49The Ministry of Education plans to consolidate English and French school boards across Quebec. Two boards in Montérégie would be merged with the Eastern Townships School Board. ETSB chair Michael Murray responds.
Quebec AMSherbrooke soon to be home to dozens of Syrian refugee families.Nov 20, 2014 | 8:59Dozens of Syrian families who are living as refugees in Lebanon are set to arrive in Sherbrooke over the next few weeks. They're being sponsored by a local church. Our townships reporter Alison Brunette explains more.
Quebec AMThe Mandevilles Drop by for a chat and a live performanceNov 19, 2014 | 10:48The Niagara band The Mandevilles played the Impérial in Quebec City, then 3 of them got up early and came into the Quebec AM studios. A chat and a live performance with singer Serena Pryne, Nick Lesyk and Taylor Laslo.
Quebec AMOne Good Action: A phone app that incites good deedsNov 19, 2014 | 8:43Would you use an app to help you perform good deeds? A new social media platform which is set to be released in a few weeks is designed to do just that. We met its creator, Alex Gagnon-Sckoropad.
Quebec AMCheaper housing for those who need it in SherbrookeNov 18, 2014 | 10:08A new much-needed low-income housing project is under construction in the east end of Sherbrooke, "Les Habitations Place de L'Est". Holly Bailey brings us the voices of some of the people who hope to live there.