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Quebec AM with Susan Campbell

Start each weekday morning with Quebec AM. We'll bring you the news, weather, and sports ... plus a few surprises. The Quebec AM team taps into what people are buzzing about in communities across the province.

  • 08:15
    Former PQ MNA Yves François Blanchet is starting a brand new chapter in politics as he's been named the new leader of the Bloc Quebecois. Hear his interview with Quebec AM guest host Allison Van Rassel.
    Jan 18, 2019
  • 10:24
    The use of video footage of the Lac-Mégantic rail disaster in Netflix productions is raising questions on the fair use of stock videos -- especially when the subject matter is sensitive. Guest host Allison Van Rassel spoke to Quebec City photographer and author Francis Vachon about the use of stock video footage.
    Jan 17, 2019
  • 08:06
    For some, making coffee is a ritual, a precise sequence of calculations in order to create the perfect cup. It`s the case of Louis Roy-Couture, owner of Café Mayflower. According to him, the best cup of coffee is made from filtered coffee, but not with any kind of coffee. Allison Van Rassel spoke with Louis to try to get his secret.
    Jan 16, 2019
  • 15:07
    In his book, "The Crazy Game: How I Survived in the Crease and Beyond", Clint Malarchuk talks about his struggle with an obsessive compulsive disorder and goes back on the dramatic on-ice incident in 1989. Guest host Allison Van Rassel speaks with Malarchuk and to the author of the biography Dan Robson.
    Jan 11, 2019
  • 13:55
    The apparent suicide pact of an elderly couple in the Saguenay has raised concerns about allowing advanced consent for medically assisted death in the case of people with diseases like Alzheimer's and dementia. Guest host Allison Van Rassell continues the conversation with Pauline Tardif, CEO of the Alzheimer's Society of Canada, and Line Vincelli, a longterm care nurse.
    Jan 10, 2019
  • 07:02
    An apparent suicide pact by an elderly couple in the Saguenay has renewed calls for advanced consent to be part of asssisted dying legislation. Guest host Allison Van Rassel speaks with the CEO of Dying with Dignity Canada.
    Jan 9, 2019
  • 13:16
    The much-discussed Robert Lepage play Kanata - Épisode I - La Controverse" had its world premiere Saturday evening in Paris. An open letter signed by numerous Indigenous artists and writers was published just before the play premiered. For their reactions, we hear from two people who signed the letter: Abenaki film director Kim O'Bomsawn and Huron-Wendat actor and writer Charles Bender.
    Dec 17, 2018
  • 13:55
    Three Quebec group homes or youth rehabilitation centres are facing accusations that staff instructed Indigenous youth not to speak their own languages. The practice is reminiscent of Canada's Residential Schools, and it's raising questions about how Indigenous youth are treated in Quebec's youth protection system. CBC's Ainslie MacLellan brings us the final part of her series.
    Dec 14, 2018
  • 12:42
    For victims of the Sixties Scoop, accessing compensation is not proving easy. The prospect of going through the process is daunting, and the question of who is and who is not eligible is not always straightforward. Ainslie MacLellan brings us part two of her series.
    Dec 13, 2018
  • 11:26
    In 2016, Nakuset was reunited with her two sisters, Rose Mary and Sonya, after being separated as children by the foster care system during the Sixties Scoop. This summer, two years later, Sonya took her own life. Ainslie MacLellan spoke with guest host Allison Van Rassel to brings us the story. (Part one of three.)
    Dec 13, 2018
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