Marilla Steuter-Martin has been a journalist with CBC Montreal since 2015.
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Untold Stories project seeks to highlight history, legacy of diverse Quebecers
Creators want to challenge 'erasure' of people of colour from the historical narrative and foster a sense of belonging for non-white people who may feel excluded.
Montreal researcher pens graphic novel about body shaming, diet culture and medical stigma
Rachel Thomas is a PhD student at Concordia University's Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Society and Culture. She's working on making her research accessible in the form of a graphic novel.
Quebec clears path for farmers with Parkinson's to get workers' compensation
By adding Parkinson's to the list of occupational illnesses, it will be easier for people to claim benefits through the province's workplace health and safety board.
Family of Rebekah Harry remember her as loving mother with an 'infectious smile'
Rebekah Harry died in hospital following a domestic abuse incident last week. Her partner has been charged with second-degree murder in relation to her death. On Monday, the family spoke out, saying they plan to establish a foundation in her name.
Beloved Mile End bookstore being forced out due to rent increase
The owner of S.W. Welch bookstore says he can't afford to pay the significant increase his landlord his asking for. This comes after a very difficult year for non-essential stores, including lockdown closures and loss of foot traffic and tourism dollars.
Montreal's Stewart Museum, located inside historic fort, closes for good
The museum is located inside the old fort, a designated heritage site, on Île Sainte-Hélène. Citing financial strain, the museum is closing and its collection will eventually be exhibited at the merged McCord Stewart Museum.
In Quebec, friends come together to throw 'dream wedding' for terminal cancer patient
Nanny Gallant and Dany Pilote were married in a small ceremony in Saint-Gilles, south of Quebec City, on Sunday. The wedding was organized for the couple in five days, using a donated dress, decorations and horse and carriage.
Quebec native Antony Auclair could taste Super Bowl glory tonight
Following in the footsteps of Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, Quebec native Antony Auclair will become the 17th Canadian to appear in a Super Bowl tonight when his Tampa Bay Buccaneers take the field.
Out of the Dark
Montreal students who eat, sleep and study in one room say they feel 'suffocated' during lockdown
University students have been facing a set of unique challenges over the past 11 months, as they have had to adapt to online learning, drastically limit their social activities and try to keep on top of their academic work despite feeling weighed down by stress.
Quebec lays out how COVID-19 curfew will be enforced
Public Security Minister Geneviève Guilbault suggested that essential workers get a letter from their employer to prove that they have to be out at a certain time.