Marilla Steuter-Martin has been a journalist with CBC Montreal since 2015.
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Montreal collective seeks to empower immigrant women through food
Based in the city's east end, Food'elles is a non-profit that places immigrant women, and their culture, at the forefront.
Meet the 87-year-old Quebec man who spent the pandemic building a boat
A retired naval architect, Mike Waters kept himself busy at his home in St-Bruno-de-Montarville during the last year-and-a-half by building a boat.
Montreal film festival to end with special screening of Denis Villeneuve's Dune
Academy Award-nominated Quebec filmmaker Denis Villeneuve will be bringing his hotly anticipated adaptation of Dune to audiences in Montreal as part of the 50th edition of the Festival du nouveau cinéma.
Coroner's report on Joyce Echaquan's death adds pressure on Quebec premier to acknowledge systemic racism
Experts from within and without Indigenous communities say the coroner's report into Joyce Echaquan's death validates what they've been saying for years: that systemic racism in Quebec health care must be acknowledged and addressed.
Meet the Indigenous youth in Quebec who are standing up to support their communities
These future leaders are advocating for change to address issues they see affecting Indigenous people in Canada. On National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, they reflect on what the day means to them.
People mark National Day for Truth and Reconciliation with events across Quebec
Throughout the province of Quebec, people gathered in communities to commemorate the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Indigenous leaders say it's important to acknowledge what happened, as Quebecers reckon with the past.
Quebec to offer 3rd dose of COVID-19 vaccine to people living in long-term care, seniors' homes
Quebec Health Minister Christian Dubé announced on Tuesday that public health authorities in the province are recommending a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine for people living in long-term care facilities, private seniors' homes and family-type or intermediate residence.
After months of restrictions, Quebec's youth orchestras want to play together again
Under current rules for community orchestras, only 25 people can practise indoors at a time. A standard youth orchestra is made up of at least double that many musicians.
Legault defends coming out in support of Conservatives, says majority of Quebec voted 'blue'
While some opposition politicians argued that François Legault had weakened his relationship with Ottawa by his comments, the premier said Tuesday that ultimately little had changed.
Outdoor edition of Afro-queer film festival brings live performances, screenings to Little Burgundy
Normally a winter festival that takes place during Black History Month, Massimadi Montréal is taking to the streets this weekend and next to bring live performances and film screenings to Little Burgundy.