Synopsis by Hal Erickson
A Wednesday-night CBC offering, Eight Stories Inside Québec zeroed in on the many aspects of life in the titular French-speaking province. The series' eight episodes covered such topics as bilingualism, the Québec school system, the province's Jewish community, Franco-Anglo weddings, folk music, and even famed 19th century Quebecian strongman Louis Syr. All of the episodes were produced by CBC's Montréal studio except for episode seven, "What Went Wrong With Belgium" (the story of another bilingual culture), which was assembled in the network's London, Ontario facilities. Eight Stories Inside Québec originally aired in Canada from July 20 to September 7, 1966.