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Fish farms are popping up across Quebec — even in a Montreal industrial basement

A new urban fish farm is allowing restaurants in Montreal to serve local catches. Breakaway guest host Allison Brunette speaks…

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Project reconnects Lower St. Lawrence residents with their maritime heritage

The Lower St. Lawrence is filled with reminders of the region’s maritime heritage, but many skills associated with shipbuilding have…

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This Quebec duo is marching in Gordon Lightfoot’s folk path

Pied Léger, a new duo from Bellechasse, is getting ready to release their first full-length album inspired by Gordon Lightfoot’s…

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This Quebec duo is marching in Gordon Lightfoot’s folk path

Pied Léger, a new duo from Bellechasse, is getting ready to release their first full-length album inspired by Gordon Lightfoot’s…

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New workplace initiative in Quebec City opens doors to adults with autism

Made possible by an investment from the Fondation Autiste et Majeur, Intégration TSA’s new Libellule Project will offer training and…

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Will Quebec’s new plan to overhaul its health-care system work?

David Levine, a former junior Quebec health minister, breaks down some of the main changes put forward in Bill 15,…

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Will Quebec’s new plan to overhaul its health-care system work?

David Levine, a former junior Quebec health minister, breaks down some of the main changes put forward in Bill 15,…

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Polar bear spotted roaming around a backyard on Quebec’s Lower North Shore

A polar bear is currently making the rounds on the Lower North Shore. Breakaway host Alison Brunette speaks with Janice…

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New study finds online gambling went up significantly during pandemic

The popularity of online gambling jumped during the pandemic, according to a new study out of Concordia University.

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New study finds online gambling went up significantly during pandemic

The popularity of online gambling jumped during the pandemic, according to a new study out of Concordia University.

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