I stay at we

Je reste chez nous

Blow of heart :

Album : Turn Down The Sound – Nikki Yanofsky

The singer is montrealer Nikki Yanofsky, also a young prodigy who was made known for the first time at a benefit at the Montreal jazz Festival when she was only 12 years old, proposed last Friday a new album titled “Turn Down The Sound”. The artist unveils an album of ten tracks sounds very pop and soul, the arrangements are colorful as bold, with in the foreground his compelling voice and free.

Available from 10 July

I remain :


The effect Trump

Available for the moment only in digital version, the trial a “Trump” the professor of political science at UQAM Charles-Philippe David offers a detailed analysis and convincing of the profound impact that has had the presidency of Donald Trump on american foreign policy. According to the author, not only it has been unpredictable, but it has also isolated the United States on the international scene.

Available in digital version since June 22,


Lance Armstrong, the mechanics of a lie

The deposed king of the cycling world, Lance Armstrong, seven-time winner of the Tour de France, announced on January 17, 2013, at the famous talk show of Oprah Winfrey will be boosted in particular to the EPO throughout his career. The documentary this evening back on the path of the cyclist in attempting to identify how it has been able to build such a lie for so long without that person noticing.

Tonight at 20h on Télé-Québec


Project 5 short

Presented for a fourth edition, Project 5 short will unveil four short documentaries of creation, all inspired by this year’s universe of Bas-Saint-Laurent. Will be presented the films “On the lookout” Steve Verreault and Sébastien Dave Tremblay, “Buttes” of Nicolas Paquet and Tom James, “It’s going to be nice tomorrow,” William Levesque and Antoine Létourneau-Berger and “Carousel” night of Cynthia Naggar and Gueze.

Available from the 13th of July on YouTube and NFB.ca

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