Valeria Cori-Manocchio


Valeria Cori-Manocchio is a journalist with CBC Montreal.

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74 years after WW II Italian campaign, Quebecer's lost backpack to come home

An Italian collector of Second World War memorabilia who found a backpack belonging to a Canadian infantryman who fought alongside Allied forces in the Italian campaign became obsessed with finding its owner. Now he has.

Tapping into young musical talent in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve

Garage à Musique, a community centre in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, gives youth in the community tools to keep them from falling through the cracks.

Bringing a piece of World War II aviation history back to life

A team from Buffalo Airways, in the Northwest Territories, is restoring a neglected DC-3 plane in Longueuil, on Montreal’s South Shore.

Montreal's Special Olympians bring home gold

Dollard-Des-Ormeaux's Sara Daigle took home gold medals in all three of her races while bowler Lisa McDermott clinched a bronze in singles bowling and a gold in the team competition.

Montrealers head to Abu Dhabi for Special Olympics World Games

Sara Daigle, who lives in Dollard-des-Ormeaux, and Lisa McDermott of NDG will represent Canada at the 2019 Special Olympics Summer World Games in Abu Dhabi, which run from March 14 to March 21.

Montrealers sharpen their hatchets for axe throwing leagues

Max Machado owns two axes: a hatchet and a big axe. But they're not for chopping wood — they're for throwing at indoor targets.

Playground bar packs up ping-pong tables on Notre Dame Street

The closing down of Playground Ping Pong bar in Griffintown after Southwest borough council voted against issuing it a liquor permit was the end of a dream for the bar's owners — but it spelled relief for some of the bar's neighbours.

Roslyn students in a frenzy over high-tech surprise

Hundreds of students from Roslyn School gathered in their gym Tuesday afternoon for what they thought was just another assembly.

LaSalle named 11th most romantic city in Canada

Amazon Canada ranked the country's 20 most romantic cities based who purchased the most romance novels, jewelry and sexual wellness-related products.