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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.

  • 13:02
    Université Laval students are getting close to marketing a compact device that transforms organic kitchen waste into odourless fertilizer in just a few hours. Susan learns how from Elizabeth Coulombe and Valérie Laliberté, co-founders of Tero Products.
    Dec 11, 2018
  • 11:20
    The family of 17-year-old Riley Fairholm is still looking for answers, more than four months after he was shot and killed by police in Lac Brome. CBC reporter Sarah Leavitt brings us the story.
    Dec 5, 2018
  • 16:38
    More than 1/4 of Quebec's microbreweries can be found in towns with less than 10,000 residents, where they are creating hubs for these communities, and taking the "buy local" movement to a whole new level. The CBC's Julia Page takes us to Tête d'Allumette, in the Kamouraska region, as well as the Microbrasserie de Bellechasse, south of Quebec City.
    Dec 5, 2018
  • 08:07
    We spoke with the MP for Winnipeg-Centre Robert Falcon-Ouellette to find out why it's so important for him to speak Cree when he rises in the house.
    Dec 5, 2018
  • 10:57
    While Adonis Stevenson remains in hospital, the debate over boxing and safety continues to amplify in Quebec. We'll speak with Philip Dickinson. He has a PhD in neuroscience and also runs an amateur boxing club in Montreal. We ask him whether the risks are too much or part of the sport.
    Dec 4, 2018
  • 14:54
    Saskatchewan writer Carol Rose Daniels explains how her recent book of poems has help her release some of the pain and shame she carried as a young person who was adopted out in the Sixties Scoop. She is in Quebec City for the Salon du livres des Premières Nations.
    Nov 23, 2018
  • 09:06
    La concertation des luttes contre l'exploitation sexuelle (CLÉS) announced it was leaving the FFQ after its members voted to recognize sex work as a freely chosen career. Susan Campbell speaks with Diane Matte, co-founder of CLÉS.
    Nov 23, 2018
  • 11:10
    Gabrielle Bouchard, president of the FFQ, explains why the organization recently adopted a motion to recognize that some women consent to participate in prostitution. The federation is sticking to that decision, even after the departure of one its member organizations.
    Nov 23, 2018
  • 14:18
    This summer, Canadian Forces Base Valcartier will offer a special program that encourages Indigenous men and women to consider a military career. Corporal Napiohkitopii Zachariah White Elk and Captain Kevin O'Connor came into studio to tell us more about it.
    Nov 22, 2018
  • 14:44
    After keeping them in storage for almost three decades, a Sherbrooke woman says it was finally time to sell her father's clocks. The CBC's Spencer Van Dyk went to see the collection, and spoke with Dominique Daigneault about saying goodbye to her father's clocks.
    Nov 13, 2018
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