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De par chez nous

( Season 2 )
This documentary series hosted by Marième Ndiaye aims to paint an inspiring, contemporary portrait of provincial Québec, revealing it in all its scope, diversity and vitality. Social engagement, solidarity, cooperation, rigor and altruism are the values shared by the Québécois Marième meets over the course of her explorations.

Episodes

Episode
6
Legs historiques
Legacy

Étienne Guay, latest in a long line of blacksmiths in Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, and Hélène and Steve Levasseur, a couple who created the orchard Au Coeur de la Pomme in Frelighsburg, all pay tribute in their own way to those who came before them.

Directed by: Henry Bernadet, Catherine Leblanc (season 2, Canada, 2017)
Episode
7
Health

In addition to making health care more accessible, the doctors Guillaume Langlois in Sainte-Gertrude, Centre-du-Québec, and Jen-René Hamel, anaesthetist in Gaspé, are working to improve the overall health of those living in their community.

Directed by: Henry Bernadet, Catherine Leblanc (season 2, Canada, 2017)
Episode
8
Culture

Not all culture vultures live in the major cities! A fact clearly proved by Pierre-Philippe Côté, as he shows us round his sound studio in Saint-Adrien, and Lison Grenier with La Vieille Usine in L'Anse-à-Beaufils.

Directed by: Henry Bernadet, Catherine Leblanc (season 2, Canada, 2017)
Episode
9
Développement des affaires
Business development

David Gélinas, founder of the coworking space ÉTAB in Saint-Narcisse, and Ève-Lyne Fleury and Christian Gladu, of Café Dunham, prove to us that with hard work and innovative ideas, you can change the face of a village.

Directed by: Henry Bernadet, Catherine Leblanc (season 2, Canada, 2017)
Episode
10
Craftsmen and women

In order to be able to make their products, artisans often rely on the generosity of nature in their region. Two such cases are Michel Guérin and Brigitte Maillette of Les Fromages du Verger, and Annick Latreille of the company De Baies et de Sève.

Directed by: Henry Bernadet, Catherine Leblanc (season 2, Canada, 2017)
Episode
11
Terroir

Julie Martin and Patrick Noël, owners of the Sucrerie du Domaine in Lanaudière, and Daniel L'Heureux, owner of the vineyard La Grenouille in Cowansville, promote the wealth of their region and its terroir through their traditional local produce.

Directed by: Henry Bernadet, Catherine Leblanc (season 2, Canada, 2017)
Episode
12
Repopulating

Self-employed workers, Vincent Lemonde and Stéphanie Landry are contributing to the repopulation of the regions by setting up business in Saint-Camille, Estrie, for one, and in Natashquan, on the North Coast, for the other.

Directed by: Henry Bernadet, Catherine Leblanc (season 2, Canada, 2017)
Episode
13
Community development

By launching their organisation on the North Coast, Nancy and Alain demonstrate that rural life in Quebec is often synonymous with mutual help, creativity and imagination. A fact also borne out by Danièle Lamontagne in Estrie, with her Café des Aînés.

Directed by: Henry Bernadet, Catherine Leblanc (season 2, Canada, 2017)