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Two Solitudes with Jay Baruchel

On Friday February 1st Homerun was live from Indigo with co-host Jay Baruchel. This is all part of Canada Reads. Jay is defending Two Solitudes by Hugh MacLennan. We asked our panelists ---what do the two solitudes look like today?

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Homerun Living English - student swap Feb 26, 2013 | 6:28Two students – one from a French school and one from a French-immersion English one – swapped places for the day. They spoke about their experience on Homerun.
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Homerun Two Solitudes with Jay Baruchel Feb 1, 2013 | 10:24On Friday February 1st Homerun was live from Indigo with co-host Jay Baruchel. This is all part of Canada Reads. Jay is defending Two Solitudes by Hugh MacLennan. We asked our panelists ---what do the two solitudes look like today?
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Homerun Two Solitudes Feb 1, 2013 | 15:51On Friday February 1st Homerun was live from Indigo with co-host Jay Baruchel. This is all part of Canada Reads. Jay is defending Two Solitudes by Hugh MacLennan. We asked our panelists ---what do the two solitudes look like today?
Homerun - Two Solitudes culture panelFeb 1, 2013 | 13:01Homerun Two Solitudes culture panel Audio
Homerun Two Solitudes culture panel Feb 1, 2013 | 13:01On Friday February 1st Homerun was live from Indigo with co-host Jay Baruchel. This is all part of Canada Reads. Jay is defending Two Solitudes by Hugh MacLennan. We asked our panelists ---what do the two solitudes look like today?
Homerun - Two Solitudes music panelFeb 1, 2013 | 13:53Homerun Two Solitudes music panel Audio
Homerun Two Solitudes music panel Feb 1, 2013 | 13:53On Friday February 1st Homerun was live from Indigo with co-host Jay Baruchel. This is all part of Canada Reads. Jay is defending Two Solitudes by Hugh MacLennan. We asked our panelists ---what do the two solitudes look like today?
Quebec AM - What students in the Baie des Chaleurs love about their regionFeb 12, 2013 | 3:13Quebec AM What students in the Baie des Chaleurs love about their region Audio
Quebec AM What students in the Baie des Chaleurs love about their region Feb 12, 2013 | 3:13New Carlisle High School is celebrating its hundred year anniversary this year. CBC’s Quebec AM travelled to the community to speak to students, teachers and members of the community about what it means to live in New Carlisle right now. Here is just a taste of what students at New Carlisle High School love about their home region.
Quebec AM - Students practicing French with songFeb 12, 2013 | 0:27Quebec AM Students practicing French with song Audio
Quebec AM Students practicing French with song Feb 12, 2013 | 0:27In the past two years, New Carlisle High School has brought in a fifty-fifty French and English program for kindergarten students. Here are some of the students singing a song to practice their French.
Quebec AM - Parent Shannon Marsh on why she chose fifty/fifty French/English program for her daugherFeb 12, 2013 | 0:47Quebec AM Parent Shannon Marsh on why she chose fifty/fifty French/English program for her daugher Audio
Quebec AM Parent Shannon Marsh on why she chose fifty/fifty French/English program for her daugher Feb 12, 2013 | 0:47In the past two years, New Carlisle High School has brought in a fifty-fifty French and English program for kindergarten students. This new program is what attracted Shannon Marsh to send her daughter to New Carlisle High School.
Quebec AM - Quebec AM public forum: the future of Anglophones along the Baie des ChaleursFeb 12, 2013 | 10:10Quebec AM Quebec AM public forum: the future of Anglophones along the Baie des Chaleurs Audio
Quebec AM Quebec AM public forum: the future of Anglophones along the Baie des Chaleurs Feb 12, 2013 | 10:10
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Quebec AM Quebec AM public forum: the future of Anglophones along the Baie des Chaleurs Feb 12, 2013 | 5:57Quebec AM held a public forum in late January in the community of Cascapedia-St-Jules. Our question: how do we ensure a bright future for Anglophones along the Baie des Chaleurs. We kicked off the conversation by asking our panel to talk about the changes they have seen. This is part two.
Quebec AM - Quebec AM public forum: the future of Anglophones along the Baie des ChaleursFeb 12, 2013 | 8:39Quebec AM Quebec AM public forum: the future of Anglophones along the Baie des Chaleurs Audio
Quebec AM Quebec AM public forum: the future of Anglophones along the Baie des Chaleurs Feb 12, 2013 | 8:39Quebec AM held a public forum in late January in the community of Cascapedia-St-Jules. We ended the evening by asking our panelists to describe their hopes for the region in ten years time.
Quebec AM - How to foster bilingualism in young studentsFeb 12, 2013 | 2:54Quebec AM How to foster bilingualism in young students Audio
Quebec AM How to foster bilingualism in young students Feb 12, 2013 | 2:54Lisa Mosher is the director of educational services for the Eastern Shores School Board. She did send her children to the English system. And she says when they graduated they were bilingual.
Quebec AM - Understanding why French immersion isn't offered in every Quebec schoolFeb 12, 2013 | 0:51Quebec AM Understanding why French immersion isn't offered in every Quebec school Audio
Quebec AM Understanding why French immersion isn't offered in every Quebec school Feb 12, 2013 | 0:51When it comes to the question of why there isn’t there immersion in every school in the English system, many factors come into play. Lisa Mosher of the Eastern Shores School Board says there are both local and provincial contexts to consider.
Quebec AM - Graham Fraser on Quebec language policyFeb 13, 2013 | 15:33Quebec AM Graham Fraser on Quebec language policy Audio
Quebec AM Graham Fraser on Quebec language policy Feb 13, 2013 | 15:33During the last election campaign, Pauline Marois pledged to overhaul Quebec's French-language charter. Once elected, the PQ wasted little time in introducing Bill 14. The bill includes several changes including: an ammendment that could strip some municipalities of their bilingual status, proposed language restrictions to small businesses, and proposed changes to the province's charter of Rights and Freedoms to indicate the right "to live and work in French in Quebec". Following the election, the commissioner of official languages, Graham Fraser said he would be watching closely to make sure that any new laws did not violate language rights in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Graham Fraser is in town this week for meetings with several members of the PQ government. He joined Susan Campbell in studio this morning.
Quebec AM - Veronica LaverdièreFeb 15, 2013 | 4:52Quebec AM Veronica Laverdière Audio
Quebec AM Veronica Laverdière Feb 15, 2013 | 4:52Veronica Laverdière was born in Limoilou, Quebec in 1920. She now lives in Sillery at the McGreevy Manor. Quebec AM’s Julia Caron sat down with her and asked her about growing up one of the four Anglophone families in her neighbourhood, marrying a francophone Quebecker, and speaking English in Quebec.

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