Julie Rémy
Julie Remy
Settling in Canada as a late teenager, Julie studied Journalism in Montreal and Quebec City before working in Toronto as a bilingual reporter and online editor for Reuters Thomson news agency. As a freelancer, she collaborated with several news outlets and radio stations, such as Le Devoir, Radio-Centre-Ville and RCI (The Link). Back at RCI after several years in the music and tourism industry in France and in Brazil, she is acting as a Webmaster for the English and French services. With her music column, she shares her musical discoveries from Canada and elsewhere, and is always happy to get some feedback from RCI’s readers and listeners. Don’t be shy!

Arts & Entertainment, International

Montreal Jazz Fest goes online with “la creme de la creme” of local music scene

On Thursday, June 25, as I was writing this second Safe&Sound music column, the Montreal International Jazz Festival was supposed to be launching its 41st edition, with such seminal artists as Israeli bassist Avishai Cohen, Harlem-born bluesman Taj Mahal or »

Arts & Entertainment, Indigenous, International

‘New wave’ of Inuit throat singers reach the Canadian mainstream music scene

This week marks the beginning of this Safe&Sound music column dedicated to Canadian artists, and as we are celebrating on this coming Sunday, June 21, the National Indigenous Peoples Day, this first edition will be dedicated to a very special »

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Arctic territory of Nunavut reports first COVID-19 case

The Coast Guard ship Des Groseilliers is seen near the arctic community of Pond Inlet, Nunavut August 23, 2014. Nunavut was the last jurisdiction remaining in Canada to have zero cases until Thursday, April 30, 2020. REUTERS/Chris Wattie. Read the article
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