C'est la vieStudent activist Gabriel Nadeau-DuboisJun 14, 2015 | 27:30Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois gives us an insider's perspective on the 2012 Quebec student uprising. His book about the Maple Spring is coming out in English.
C'est la vieFighting radicalization of Quebec youthJun 7, 2015 | 27:30A number of young Quebecers are suspected of trying to join ISIS in the Middle East. Meet some members of Montreal's North African muslim community who are working to prevent radicalization of the youth.
C'est la vieThe impact of Quebec's Charter of ValuesMay 10, 2015 | 27:30The Quebec Charter of Values never made it into law. But the debate surrounding it changed some peoples's sense of belonging in the province. That's a conclusion drawn by a visiting scholar.
C'est la vieStoryteller Fred Pellerin's villageMay 17, 2015 | 27:30Quebec storyteller Fred Pellerin has made his hometown of St-Élie-de-Caxton famous through his fantastic tales. Hear how the village and its residents are benefiting.
C'est la vie"Quelconque", 17/05/15May 17, 2015 | 4:36Host Bernard St-Laurent and Word Lady Johanne Blais, discuss "quelconque" and "quiconque". "Quelconque" means some, any. "Quiconque" means whoever, anyone.
C'est la vieA maid in name againMay 24, 2015 | 27:30Simon and Lea Nakonechny encountered a distinct Quebec law when they moved to Montreal from Saskachewan: you must retain your maiden name. Simon shares their story.
C'est la vieMaking a bilingual TV showMay 31, 2015 | 27:30Step behind the scenes of a highly successful bilingual TV series, Waterfront Cities of the World... or Ports d'attache. It's produced in French and English at the same time.
C'est la vieBringing Down the BarricadesJun 13, 2010 | 22:21Journalist Loreen Pindera's award winning documentary about Francine Lemay, the sister of SQ Corporal Marcel Lemay. Corporal Lemay was killed during the Oka Crisis. Loreen's documentary tells the story of Francine's search for reconciliation with the Mohawk people.
C'est la vieThe redemption of Mordecai RichlerMay 3, 2015 | 27:30While he was alive, author Mordecai Richler rubbed many francophone Quebecers the wrong way. But new Quebec translations of his novels may win him some French-speaking fans.