Émilie Warren

Regional reporter

Émilie Warren covers regional stories across the province of Quebec for CBC news in Quebec City. She has also worked as an intern reporter for the CBC in Vancouver and the Health Unit, and as an intern producer for World Report. You can reach her at emilie.warren@cbc.ca.

Latest from Émilie Warren

Heavy rainfall caused Saguenay landslide but area had existing faults, says expert

The landslide that destroyed a house and damaged another in Saguenay, Que., on June 13 was the result of heavy rainfall on an already faulty clay terrain, experts from Quebec's Ministry of Transport have determined.

Another 5 houses to be demolished in Saguenay, Que., due to landslide threat

Premier François Legault flew to Saguenay, Que., Wednesday, to see for himself the devastation caused by a landslide on June 13 that destroyed one house in the borough of La Baie and forced the evacuation of close to 80 other homes.

Saguenay, Que., evacuees promised a place to stay by end of week as experts assess if homes can be saved

The City of Saguenay and the Quebec government have put in place new measures to help the 187 residents forced from their homes Sunday due to the threat of more landslides, after last week's slide that destroyed one home.

Never mind the mosquitoes, outdoor theatre is flourishing in Quebec City

Theatre festivals in Quebec City are hoping to reach new audiences this summer by offering more outdoor performances.

Quebec City sword attacker sentenced to life in prison

Carl Girouard will be eligible for parole after serving 25 years. His sentencing hearing was delayed as the court waited for a Supreme Court ruling on whether it was constitutional to sentence someone to consecutive life sentences.

For many Quebec kids with disabilities, dreams of camp are dashed this summer

Some parents of children with disabilities in Quebec City got a bitter surprise earlier this week, when they learned that the Patro Roc-Amadour day camp wouldn’t be operating this year.

Come out of your shell and help turtles cross the road for nesting season

With nesting season in full swing, turtles are starting to come out to lay their eggs, and are at risk of getting hit by cars when they cross the road.

Shortage of mustard seeds causing Quebec condiment producers to scramble

Quebec mustard producers are dealing with growing demand for the popular condiment and a shortage of the seeds required to make it.

Quebec government launches subsidized regional air fare program

Quebecers can now book flights to some of the province’s remote regions for $500 or less. The province’s regional air fare subsidy program, which aims to make travelling across the province more accessible, came into effect Wednesday.

Sherbrooke sitting on 100 empty units while housing crisis grows

The list of people in need of affordable housing keeps growing in Sherbrooke, but the city's vacancy rate remains below one percent. It's a situation housing advocate Gabriel Pallota describes as catastrophic.

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