Meet Pierre Carl and take a tour around his Montreal sports shop, called D’un sport à l’autre (which means “from one sport to another”). Bikes are the top-seller in summer, but you’ll see they have fun stuff for any season!
Sure, the kitchen might be a little smaller on a yacht, but that doesn’t mean you can’t prepare a delicious dish! Patrick Barbary whips up some pasta for us and invites us to dine with him. Cheers, Captain!
What can multilingualism bring you? It sheds light, penetrates cultures, and gives off an emotional echo. In this clip, Les Nubians remind us of all the reasons we should be glad we’re using Yabla French!
Hélène and Célia tell us about their musical influences, origins, and inspiration. When they encountered prejudice about Africa and Africans upon coming back to France, Les Nubians used music to paint a truer picture of African culture.
Meet Les Nubians, two singer-songwriter sisters who grew up in both Paris and Chad and whose music has been nominated for several awards, including a Grammy (and not just in the World Music category, thank you very much). We know we’re big fans!
Lionel shows us that sometimes there are better things to do than stay all day in an office building to pay rent for an apartment we can’t even spend time in. (And yes, the word “travail” really is related to the word “torture.”) Remember, the revolution starts with you!
French-Canadian singer-songwriter Pascale—who prefers to introduce herself in verse rather than give the usual “hello my name is”—tells us of the importance of maintaining optimism and lightness in the face of hardship.