Clothilde Goujard is a journalist based in Montréal, Canada.
On Jan. 29, 2017, Alexandre Bissonnette opened fire at a mosque in Quebec city, killing 6 and injuring dozens.
(only producing, shooting and editing) Durante el 12° Foro Mundial Social en Montreal, Canadá los asistentes reclamaron justicia por el asesinato de la ambientalista hondureña Berta Cáceres asesinada el 3 de marzo.
Less than two dozen residents in Saint-Apollinaire Quebec voted to reject a plan to allow a cemetery for Muslims in the Quebec City region
After Mélanie Doucet was drugged at a music festival and a security official refused to help her, she started a petition calling for the City of Montreal to make crowded public events, like festivals, safer for women. The city listened.
In Canada, Syrian refugees cope with day-to-day life Welcomed with open arms — some even received coats from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau himself — the Syrian refugees who arrived in Canada a year ago are now facing their share of difficulties. Among them, 50-year-old Fahed Fattouh came with his wife and their two children after they fled the war-battered city of Aleppo via Beirut in 2012. A voiced AFPTV report. (AFP Video)
A film on the life of anti-apartheid hero Nelson Mandela -- "Mandela: Long walk to freedom" -- premiered in London on Thursday in the presence of his daughter Zindzi Mandela as news broke of Mandela's death.
Montréal, Canada Current Affairs February 2 @ 12:00am
On Jan. 29, 2017, Alexandre Bissonnette opened fire at a mosque in Quebec City, killing six and injuring several other faithful with kids among them. A year after, commemorations will be held in Quebec City. Bissonnette's trial will start in March 28, 2018. Despite much outcry, he will not be... Read more