Julia Page


Julia Page is a radio and online journalist with CBC News, based in Quebec City.

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Mexican family fearful of deportation spends months in sanctuary in Sherbrooke, Que., church

Plymouth Trinity United Church gave sanctuary to Georgina Flores, Manuel Rodriguez and their son Manolo last November. Four months later, they're still waiting to hear if their application for temporary residence will be approved.

How making their mosque safer is helping Quebec City Muslims turn the page on tragedy

The Quebec City mosque that was the site of a deadly attack five years ago has undergone extensive upgrades to make sure Muslim worshippers feel safe inside. But in the world outside the mosque’s walls, it’s still a different story. 

Conflict re-ignited on Quebec's North Shore after local fisherman challenges Innu river rights

The Innu First Nation of Uashat Mak Mani-Utenam says more needs to be done to inform Quebecers on land rights of Indigenous peoples, following another confrontation with a non-Indigenous fisherman on the Moisie River this week.

Quebec's dry spring causes headaches for farmers, fishermen and firefighters

Farmers in Quebec are dealing with extremely dry conditions this spring, which are also causing headaches for fishermen dealing with abnormally low water levels.

Honouring Joyce Echaquan's legacy through art, music and a movement for change across Quebec

Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists who were shocked by Joyce Echaquan’s death last September in Joliette, Que., have been using their art to reflect their collective pain, but also their desire to denounce and combat racism in Quebec.

After decades of searching, Indigenous families in Quebec push for answers about missing children

The province is expected to pass Bill 79 in the coming days. The legislation would allow Indigenous families to access information about children who went missing in the health-care system, but advocates say it isn't enough.

Innu surgeon pleads for reforms at coroner's inquiry into Joyce Echaquan's death

Dr. Stanley Vollant, an Innu surgeon, says even he ignored racist incidents reported to him in the past by Indigenous people, but says the images Joyce Echaquan filmed before her death “shook him to the core.”

Joyce Echaquan died of pulmonary edema, could have been saved, inquiry hears

An Atikamekw woman who died after livestreaming the abusive remarks of hospital staff could have been saved if she'd been more closely monitored, an expert witness told a coroner's inquiry in Trois-Rivières, Que., on Thursday. 

Conflicting testimony from medical staff muddies the waters at Joyce Echaquan coroner's inquiry

Two weeks into the coroner’s inquiry into the death of Joyce Echaquan, health-care workers have given conflicting testimony as to what happened that day..

Atikamekw liaison officer at Joliette hospital was ignored, barred from ER

The only Atikamekw person working at the Joliette hospital at the time of Joyce Echaquan's death says she was regularly ignored by staff and didn't have an office to work from.