Quebec AM | May 15, 2012 | 10:10

Minister of Native Affairs Geoff Kelley on Beauchamp's resignation

Line Beauchamp's resignation yesterday has left Quebecers with a lot of questions about what comes next in the crisis that's had this province in this grip for 14 weeks. For a sense of what might happen next, one of Line Beauchamp's cabinet colleagues joined us. Geoffrey Kelley is the Minister of Native Affairs for Quebec.

Now Playing on CBC Radio Help Refresh

CBC Radio One

Listen Live Ottawa change

CBC Radio 2

Listen Live Eastern change

CBC Radio 3

Listen Live Radio 3
Quebec AM - Fire prevention experts on fire in L'Isle-VerteJan 27, 2014 | 8:50Quebec AM Fire prevention experts on fire in L'Isle-Verte Audio
Quebec AM Fire prevention experts on fire in L'Isle-Verte Jan 27, 2014 | 8:50It's too early to know all the factors involved in last week's terrible fire in L'Isle-Verte. But there's one thing fire protection experts talk about - sprinklers.
Quebec AM - Sebastien Sasseville trying to Outrun DiabetesJan 27, 2014 | 8:51Quebec AM Sebastien Sasseville trying to Outrun Diabetes Audio
Quebec AM Sebastien Sasseville trying to Outrun Diabetes Jan 27, 2014 | 8:51A very literal kind of cross-country running. Sebastien Sasseville will join us in studio, before he gets set to run across Canada - yes, during the winter.
Quebec AM - L'Isle-Verte tragedyJan 24, 2014 | 9:33Quebec AM L'Isle-Verte tragedy Audio
Quebec AM L'Isle-Verte tragedy Jan 24, 2014 | 9:33The town of L'Isle-Verte is reeling from the fire that has killed many residents from Le Havre's senior's home. Quebec's travelling journalist Marika Wheeler joins us with stories from the night of the fire.
Quebec AM - Divorced parents challenging busing feesJan 23, 2014 | 7:27Quebec AM Divorced parents challenging busing fees Audio
Quebec AM Divorced parents challenging busing fees Jan 23, 2014 | 7:27Some parents in the Eastern Townships who are being charged to put their kids on the school say those fees are unfair, and they plan to fight them.
Quebec AM - Mothers of children with autism want to share learning toolsJan 23, 2014 | 9:34Quebec AM Mothers of children with autism want to share learning tools Audio
Quebec AM Mothers of children with autism want to share learning tools Jan 23, 2014 | 9:34After seeing how much progress their autistic children made through use of a tablet, their mothers have set a goal of providing tablets for 35-hundred other autistic children across the province. They share their experience with us.
Quebec AM - Homeowners anticipating ruling in pyrrhotite caseJan 22, 2014 | 15:55Quebec AM Homeowners anticipating ruling in pyrrhotite case Audio
Quebec AM Homeowners anticipating ruling in pyrrhotite case Jan 22, 2014 | 15:55It's a billion dollar problem. Foundations and overpasses in the Mauricie were built with bad concrete, and now everything has to be rebuilt. A judge is deciding within days who is responsible for the problem, and who will have to pay. Marika Wheeler brin
Quebec AM - Anthony Calvillo retiresJan 22, 2014 | 8:05Quebec AM Anthony Calvillo retires Audio
Quebec AM Anthony Calvillo retires Jan 22, 2014 | 8:05Quarterback Anthony Calvillo, who helped turn Montreal back into a football town, announced yesterday he's retiring. But he won't be straying too far from the Alouettes. He tells our Susan Campbell more.
Quebec AM - American owner of land for sale in Sept-IlesJan 22, 2014 | 6:35Quebec AM American owner of land for sale in Sept-Iles Audio
Quebec AM American owner of land for sale in Sept-Iles Jan 22, 2014 | 6:35FOR SALE: 5,000 acres of prime land in Sept-Iles, ideal for industrial or residential development. The seller is Macy Block, a real estate developer in Dublin, Ohio. We asked him why he's putting the land on the market 50 years after he bought it.
Quebec AM - U de S student asking community to help pay fineJan 21, 2014 | 8:53Quebec AM U de S student asking community to help pay fine Audio
Quebec AM U de S student asking community to help pay fine Jan 21, 2014 | 8:53A group in Sherbrooke is asking residents to help pay the fines some students received during the student strike two years ago. Université de Sherbrooke student Nicolas Lachance-Barbeau was fined 4,000$ during one protest in April of 2012.
Quebec AM - Genie ArmyJan 21, 2014 | 8:48Quebec AM Genie Army Audio
Quebec AM Genie Army Jan 21, 2014 | 8:48A contingent of Australian fans who are rallying behind Quebec's Eugénie Bouchard. They proudly call themselves "Genie Army," and joined us in the wee hours of the morning/late hours of the evening to tell us why they love cheering on the tennis player.
Quebec AM - Bringing an innovative, affordable 3D printer to marketJan 21, 2014 | 9:28Quebec AM Bringing an innovative, affordable 3D printer to market Audio
Quebec AM Bringing an innovative, affordable 3D printer to market Jan 21, 2014 | 9:28Three young men in Quebec City have raised over 150 thousand dollars to bring their innovative 3D printer to market. Jean Le Bouthillier is a computer scientist, and one of the co-founders of Boots Industries behind this project.
Quebec AM - The LimoiloupJan 20, 2014 | 12:49Quebec AM The Limoiloup Audio
Quebec AM The Limoiloup Jan 20, 2014 | 12:49A major fire destroyed an important building in the downtown Limoilou neighbourhood, but everyone got out safe... including a very popular resident, the Limoiloup. Our Julia Caron had to find out what happened to the iconic wolf.
Quebec AM - Downtown Coaticook street ravaged by floods and fireJan 20, 2014 | 9:16Quebec AM Downtown Coaticook street ravaged by floods and fire Audio
Quebec AM Downtown Coaticook street ravaged by floods and fire Jan 20, 2014 | 9:16Two buildings in downtown Coaticook are being demolished after being ravaged by floods, and by fire. Our Townships reporter Alison Brunette brings us what residents are saying about the gaping hole being left in its place.
Quebec AM - Condo development in SilleryJan 20, 2014 | 8:02Quebec AM Condo development in Sillery Audio
Quebec AM Condo development in Sillery Jan 20, 2014 | 8:02The Quebec government's decision to allow a condo development on one of Sillery's historic old domaines is not sitting well with citizens' organizations. Charles-Robert Dionne, vice-president of Coalition pour l'arrondissement historique de Sillery.
Quebec AM - Lac-Brome still under boil water advisoryJan 17, 2014 | 7:54Quebec AM Lac-Brome still under boil water advisory Audio
Quebec AM Lac-Brome still under boil water advisory Jan 17, 2014 | 7:54Access to safe drinking water isn't quite as simple as turning on the tap for people in Lac-Brome. They've been under a boil water advisory for a month and a half. Our Townships reporter Alison Brunette brings us that story.

29 of 34