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Baie des Chaleurs: January 2013 Archives

CBC is coming to New Carlisle and the Baie des Chaleurs

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Susan Campbell, the host of CBC Radio's Quebec AM, and her crew will be at New Carlisle on Tuesday January 29th to do a live show from the Community Learning Centre at New Carlisle High School.
 
Since the school is celebrating a its centennial, we are taking the opportunity to hear from the people of New Carlisle about life in the community right now, and how it has changed. We also want to speak to many students about what they love about living along the Baie des Chaleurs and how they see their future in the region.
 
We'll be live on the air from 5:30 am until 8:37 am. And everyone is welcome to come. We would especially love to meet parents and students.
 
New Carlisle High School
177, boul. Gérard-D.-Lévesque
 
Outdoor hockey game - Monday January 28th
Also, we want to host a hockey game the night before our show, for anyone who wants to come out and meet Susan and the crew. (Glenn Wanamaker, one of our journalists, is the best hockey player in our office, and he will be there). We'll confirm the details of the game very soon. Probably from 6 until 7:30 on Monday the 28th. We'll have hot chocolate and treats on hand.
 
Forum - Wednesday January 30th, Cascapedia St Jules
Please note that we are also going to host a forum on Wednesday January 30th at the community centre in Cascapedia-St-Jules from 6 pm until 830 pm. Our question: how do we ensure a vibrant future for Anglophones living along the Baie des Chaleurs. We will have a panel of people from various communities to discuss this question when it comes to culture, education, the economy and health, and everyone is welcome.
 
DETAILS OF THE EVENING
 
When: Wednesday January 30th.
Time 6 pm to 8:30 pm.
 
We will have coffee and treats on hand. Come join us!

Checking in with Quebec AM on the road

Susan and the rest of the Quebec AM team are still out east. After Tuesday's special broadcast from New Carlisle High School, we still have lots of events planned. Susan tells us about a Town Hall being hosted in Cascapedia-St-Jules.
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Falling head over heels for the Baie des Chaleurs region

They were once strangers in a strange land, but are now proud to call the Baie des Chaleurs their home. We met two people who moved to the region for love, and ended up falling head over heels for the region as well. Shino Muraki is a stay at home mom, who also teaches origami. Carolyn Taylor is a mother as well, and works as a project coordinator for the Gaspesian Village.
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