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by C'est la vie
Our broadcast schedule July 1- September 6, 2015
For his last time hosting C'est la vie, Bernard St-Laurent receives a surprise from Word Lady Johanne Blais.
Bernard St-Laurent hosts his last episode of C'est la vie... and receives the surprise of his life.
Meet some people who have taken visiting Quebec City to the next level. They live there for months at a time, every year.
Host Bernard St-Laurent and Word Lady Johanne Blais, discuss "choc", which means impact, crash, clash and shock.
Gabriel 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.
Host Bernard St-Laurent and Word Lady Johanne Blais discuss "tête", which means head.
A 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.
Host Bernard St-Laurent and Word Lady Johanne Blais discuss "éprouver", which means to feel, to experience, to suffer and to test.
Step 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.
Host Bernard St-Laurent and Word Lady Johanne Blais discuss "port", which means port or harbour. It also means carrying or wearing.
'It haunts me to this day': seeking justice for the unsolved killing of Ila Oman
Taran Killam admits some 'relief' after SNL dismissal
Site C Dam project betrays Trudeau's commitment to First Nations, say critics
What impact do doctor-assisted deaths have on the doctors?