Laurène Jardin is a journalist working with CBC Montreal's afternoon show, Homerun.
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Meet Gabrielle Bouchard, the first trans president of the Quebec Women's Federation
Gabrielle Bouchard, elected last month as president of the Fédération des femmes du Québec, says her goals at the helm are simple: equality for all women and equality between all women.
With Christmas a month away, can we start playing holiday music now?
Does hearing the sound of sleigh bells in the snow or chestnuts on roasting an open fire make you say bah humbug? You may not be alone.
Squirrel meat on the table after Quebec hunter starts petition
A petition has been launched to allow squirrel hunting in Quebec, which would bring the province in-line with places like Ontario and British Columbia. Some are even saying we should be eating it too.
Binners invited to drop off cans, bottles underneath Jacques Cartier Bridge today
Binners will be able to exchange their cans and bottles for cash at a temporary bottle depot. It's something they would normally not be able to do on la Fête Nationale.
Try not to whine: SAQ delivery delays means less wine on terrasses this weekend
Wine lovers beware, there might be a limited selection of wine at restaurants and bars this week.
Montreal woman overcomes homelessness, gives back with free BBQ
On the weekends Anne Las will fill her backpack and shopping bags with homemade sandwiches and cookies, and granola bars and juice.
Top 5 Obama moments from his first-ever trip to Montreal
Barack Obama made his first-ever trip to Montreal on Tuesday. From the surprise visit to Liverpool House to his jab at Trump, here are the stand-out moments.
Pierrefonds-Roxboro residents look for answers at borough meeting after flood
Some Pierrefonds-Roxboro residents went to the borough council meeting to share their frustrations and concerns about the way the city dealt with major flooding that hit the area last May.
Eastern Townships couple wins Lotto Max prize worth $55M
When Waterville resident Ann-Marie Francis turned on her computer on Saturday to check her Loto-Québec numbers, she did not expect that they would reveal she had just won $55 million.
Volunteers lend flood victims a helping hand in Pierrefonds-Roxboro
More than 200 volunteers gathered in Pierrefonds-Roxboro Saturday morning to help clean up the damage left behind by the major flooding.
Montreal police officer charged in fatal shooting of Bony Jean-Pierre in 2016 drug bust
Montreal police officer Christian Gilbert has been charged in the death of Bony Jean-Pierre, who was shot dead during a drug bust in March 2016.
Fee-fi-fo-fum: How and where to see the Giants in Montreal this Saturday
The Little Girl-Giant and Deep Sea Diver will be making their way through Montreal today to find each other Saturday and then will walk together on Sunday.
Yugoslavian pop-up eatery to celebrate Restaurant Day in Montreal
Montrealers city will be opening up their homes, porches, kitchens and hearts to serve food to people across the city for Restaurant Day.
What kids hope to celebrate on Montreal's 400th birthday
Clever minds, big hearts and an attitude to change things for the better: they might be kids now, but these are the adults of the future, they have opinions and they want Montrealers to hear them.
A man, a truck and his canoe: West Islanders join the flood relief effort
As floods continue to ravage buildings and basements across communities in Quebec, people have take to social media to offer up homes, food and supplies.