Sonali Karnick

Sonali Karnick is the host of All in a Weekend. Listen to the show on Saturday and Sunday mornings from 6 a.m. until 9 a.m. across Quebec.

Latest from Sonali Karnick

Montreal student speaks 19 languages — and he's still learning more

Montreal student Georges Awaad taught himself to speak many of the languages, trying to find linguistic patterns that would help him learn.

Just in time for spring cleaning, Renaissance wants your unneeded belongings

The Quebec non-profit will take your belongings at their stores and depots, from clothes to books to furniture, and they will also recycle old electronics.

Montréal en Lumière festival puts a fresh focus on food this year

Montréal en Lumière festival is underway with free and paid activities all week long.

McGill program helps patients prep for surgery and get back on their feet faster

The goal of the program is to make the patient stronger before they're operated on, through exercise, diet and teaching them ways to to de-stress and relax.

Summer camp fair in Pointe-Claire lets parents shop around for a good fit

There may still be snow on the ground but it's the time of year where parents have to cast their minds ahead and start thinking about signing their kids up for summer camps.

Quebecers can hit the slopes and learn to ski on the cheap today

The Canadian Ski Council wants to set a record for delivering the most ski and snowboard lessons ever, and to do that, participating ski stations are offering lessons, lift tickets and equipment rental for just $25.
Q&A

'We can win against any team': Sophie Schmidt says Canada's soccer women can surprise at World Cup

With the World Cup five months away, veteran midfielder Sophie Schmidt spoke with the CBC’s Sonali Karnick, detailing the team’s preparations for the ultimate tournament in France and life after John Herdman.

Calling all history buffs: New Montreal film festival wants to screen your work

The inaugural edition of the Festival international du film d'histoire de Montréal runs from May 3 to 5. They’re currently looking for films to feature, with a preference for Canadian content.

Quebec Tamils come together to celebrate heritage month with traditional food, dance

Quebec's Tamil Community is holding a special event on Sunday to recognize their community's contributions to science, culture and society, both in Canada and abroad, as part of Tamil Heritage Month.

How to help Montreal's homeless and impoverished citizens this holiday season

All in a Weekend host Sonali Karnick spoke with Matthew Pearce, director general of the Old Brewery Mission, to find out what the men's homeless shelter needs right now.

So you think you can volunteer? An expert's tips on finding the right position for you

Andrea De Rome, a volunteer recruitment coordinator at Volunteer West Island, gives her advice on finding the best volunteer position to suit your lifestyle.
Q&A

What you need to know before hitting Quebec's slopes this season

The ski season underway and there’s a lot to look forward to this winter, including a multimillion-dollar investment from Quebec's Tourism Ministry to update ski resorts in the province and provide better access to the sport for everyone.

NDG community group helps men with chronic pain find their Homebase

A new Notre-Dame-de-Grâce​-based community group aims to help men deal with chronic pain beyond the doctor's office and pharmacy.

Salon du livre making space for English content

The theme of the stand representing English books from Quebec is called "Get Lit."
Blog

Rio, I hardly knew ye: A sports reporter's recap of the 2016 Olympics

Truthfully, every time someone asks me, “How’s Rio?” I have to tell them I have no idea. You don't come to the Olympics to relax.