Jennifer Yoon is a journalist at CBC Montreal.
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It's all the same forest, say Korean firefighters battling blazes in Northern Quebec
According to the Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Centre (CIFFC), over 3,700 foreign firefighters have travelled to Canada to help battle the historic forest fires this summer — including 140 South Koreans, the first-ever team sent from there to help battle the blazes.
How the storm's aftermath is taking its toll on some Montrealers
A severe thunderstorm on Thursday brought down a month's worth of rain on the city in the span of a couple of hours, leaving one man wondering where he'll sleep next and a shelter scrambling for support.
Cut phone lines and looted hospitals: What's slowing aid in Sudan
Canada is sending an additional $40 million in aid to Sudan, as the country sinks deeper into crisis. But Doctors without Borders says getting that aid out on the ground is proving to be challenging.
AstroFest hopes to get Montreal excited about the skies
The annual AstroFest at the Montreal planetarium is inviting people to learn more about astronomy.
Carrying Our Cultures
Korean Canadian artists explain the blessings — and costs — of living between 2 cultures
Being an immigrant and juggling two cultures is a common experience in Canada, often seen as a blessing. But there’s also a cost to that balancing act.
Community, roommate wonder: What happened to Sridhar Nidammanuri?
Sridhar Nidammanuri was last seen on April 21 downtown and police are now asking the public for help locating him.
Families unable to bury dead as strike at Montreal cemetery continues
Cemetery workers say striking was a last resort. Meanwhile, bodies are piling up in cold storage and families of the deceased say they are in anguish.
Tenants in this Park Ex building say they're being pressured out. Advocates say they're not alone
It started with phone calls offering money for tenants to move out. Now, tenants say they may get priced out of their homes in Montreal's Parc-Extension neighbourhood.
Quebec snowboarder describes how he survived avalanche in Chic-Choc Mountains
Bruno Ostiguy was snowboarding in the Gaspésie provincial park when an avalanche swept him up on Saturday afternoon. He and his girlfriend, who watched it happen, say people should not take the risk associated with backcountry skiing lightly.
Residents in Montreal's West Island aim to force referendum on major condo project
A real estate developer is looking to build up to 400 condo units across three buildings in Montreal's West Island. Residents in Dollard-des-Ormeaux are trying to push back before it's too late.