Quebec AMDr. Vincent Echavé on renewal of US-Cuba diplomacyDec 18, 2014 | 7:18Sherbrooke's Dr. Vincent Échavé was born in Cuba, studied medicine and practiced there in the early days of the revolution. We asked him for reaction to the announcement that after 53 years, the U.S. and Cuba will renew diplomatic ties.
Quebec AMFirst Christmas mass for Windsor Church ChoirDec 18, 2014 | 6:12The Église St-Philippe in the township of Windsor will be celebrating its first Christmas mass next week with a new choir. It was rebuilt after the original church was destroyed by a fire more than a year ago.
Quebec AMThe Academic Side of AnimismDec 17, 2014 | 11:48Breathtaking performances that break microphones: that's what researchers were tasked with when throat singer Tanya Tagaq was invited into their recording studio. Musicologists Sophie Stévance and Serge Lacasse explain their collaboration.
Quebec AMPremier Couillard says shale gas development in Quebec "extremely unlikely"Dec 17, 2014 | 8:48The odds of seeing shale gas development in Quebec are getting longer by the day. After seeing the critical BAPE report this week, Premier Couillard is now wondering how the industry could ever be worthwhile for the province.
Quebec AMRegional gourmet gifts for the foodie on your listDec 17, 2014 | 10:56Food blogger Alison Van Rassel points us to some locally-produced gourmet treats from the Townships, the North Shore and Quebec City as stocking stuffers for the food lover on your list.
Quebec AMRecording studio as creative research labDec 16, 2014 | 14:03Université Laval has a super studio tucked away in a dark basement where creativity and academia mix to help us better understand the art of recording sound and music. It's called the LARC, and our Julia Caron took a tour.
Quebec AMFrédéric Dion becomes first solo adventurer to reach the centre of AntarticaDec 16, 2014 | 6:59Quebec adventurer Frédéric Dion became the first person to attain the centre of Antartica solo earlier this week. We spoke to him via satellite phone just after he arrived at his destination.
Quebec AMFrédéric Dion becomes first solo adventurer to reach the centre of AntarticaDec 16, 2014 | 6:59Quebec adventurer Frédéric Dion became the first person to arrive solo at the centre of Antartica - known as the south pole of inaccessibility - this week. We spoke with him via satellite phone hours after he arrived at his destination.
Quebec AMGirl Guides of Canada arrive in Quebec CityDec 15, 2014 | 12:31Girls whose families are posted to the Valcartier military base are wearing a different kind of uniform these days. Girl Guides of Canada has arrived on the base and they're looking for new members from the military and civilian communities.
Quebec AMCelebrating culture and community at International LuncheonDec 12, 2014 | 8:51Some come for the food, some come for the music, but they all come together for a good cause. We stop by this year's Eastern Quebec Learning Centre's International Luncheon, all funds going towards the Hamper Campaign.
Quebec AMWords of gratitude from hamper recipientsDec 12, 2014 | 12:11"Chief Elf" Jan Anderson-Toupin shares letters from people who have received food baskets from the Community Christmas Hamper Campaign.
Quebec AMNeed for a third rail northDec 11, 2014 | 12:16Quebec is spending $50 million on a study to build a third train line north. Some say the Plan Nord needs it, but experts say it is a waste of money.
Quebec AMFans across Canada mourn BéliveauDec 10, 2014 | 6:38Jim Taman, president of the Western Canada Montreal Canadiens Fan Club, reflects on his memories of Jean Béliveau on the day of his funeral.
Quebec AMFostering the spirit of giving 365 days a yearDec 10, 2014 | 4:25Steve Irwin has been delivering food baskets for the Quebec City Christmas Hamper Campaign for several years and has made it a family affair. For Daniel Lavoie, volunteering is a way of life.
Quebec AMThe life of a fly-in fly-out worker: Andrew GillisDec 9, 2014 | 14:15Mining companies in northern Quebec depend on hundreds of workers who are willing to fly into remote communities and work for weeks on end before flying out again for some much needed rest. We meet Andrew Gillis, a surveyor in Schefferville.