Susan Campbell


Susan Campbell is the community reporter at CBC Quebec.

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For the only girls team at Quebec City's International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament, it's about representation

Natalia Chenier sometimes feels like she's dreaming as she walks around at the International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament in Quebec City. Chenier is a forward with the Girls PeeWee All-Stars, the only all-female team playing in the 2022 edition of the storied tournament.

34 years later, Guy Lafleur is remembered by the small Inuit village that welcomed him

In April 1988, Lafleur and his son, Martin, flew 1,472 kilometres from Montreal to Inukjuak for the dual inauguration of the community’s new Tikittavik Airport and the Sikulik Arena.

Tapped out: Shawinigan residents want answers about water filtration plant

In Shawinigan, Que., 30,000 residents have had to boil their water for almost four months because a new water treatment plant has been shut down. Now taxpayers want to know what went wrong with the Lac à la Pêche facility.

Lévis gets a lone opposition voice, after years of mayor's party sweeping council

For the last eight years, there's been no opposition party on Lévis city council. But on Monday night, that changes.

Getting around Quebec City more easily a top priority for voters

With mobility ranking high among voter priorities, we asked people in Quebec City and Lévis how they get around and what they would like changed.

Before closing for good, Quebec City shoe store finds 'treasures' behind hidden door

When the Blanchet family decided the time had come to put the key in the lock of the landmark shoe store their parents had founded in 1936, they thought they would be writing the last chapter of its history; but they ended up uncovering a whole new story.

Quebec City homeless shelter move prompts complaints

Two months after the Lauberivière shelter moved, complaints from some residents and business owners have sparked a new round in a debate many in St-Roch thought was over, about the neighbourhood’s social mix.

Ordered closed once again, Quebec City salon owners struggle to pay the bills

Quebec city salon owners say their businesses are in danger after being declared non-essential, and having to close each time the region has moved to high alert for COVID-19.

Quebec City clinic reaches out to marginalized people by offering free veterinary care for pets

Medical doctors and veterinarians are working together to provide care for marginalized people and their pets in the Quebec City area. The vet care is free and is a way of building bridges with an otherwise wary client base.

Death in the cold: A daughter relives her father's tragic passing

On Jan. 18th, Quebec woke to news a homeless man was found dead in a chemical toilet in Montreal. Raphaël André had visited a shelter, but its overnight service was closed. The tragedy took Gabrielle Vachon-Laurent of Trois-Rivières back in time.