Kwabena Oduro

Journalist

Kwabena Oduro is a video journalist who joined CBC Montreal in 2020. He enjoys reporting on sports, community stories and anything that brings a smile to people's faces. Have a story idea? Drop him an email at kwabena.oduro@cbc.ca.

Latest from Kwabena Oduro

Stop funding fossil fuels, protesters tell RBC at Montreal rally

Protesters gathered in front of the Royal Bank of Canada's Montreal office Saturday, one of dozens of rallies held across the country.

Non-profit hosts Easter brunch for seniors across Quebec to break isolation

Volunteers with Little Brothers, a Quebec non-profit group that provides support to lonely seniors aged 75 and older, spent this holiday weekend brunching with seniors across the province.

Montreal rabbit rescue group saves abandoned bunnies from streets

Sauvetage Lapins Errants wants Quebecers to do their research before buying a pet rabbit. Left to fend for themselves in the city, domesticated rabbits face many risks.

A family's fight against deportation from Quebec rallies community support

Deborah Adegboye, her husband and first-born child came to Canada via the unofficial border crossing Roxham Road in 2017 after facing threats to their lives in their home country of Nigeria. Now the family, which has since grown by two, is facing deportation on April 5. 

Parents file $1.5M lawsuit after Quebec teacher accused of selling students' artwork online

A group of parents has filed a lawsuit against a Montreal-area high school art teacher and his school board after students found their classroom artwork available for purchase on the teacher's personal website last month. 

Montreal's English CEGEPs are about to lose lion's share of foreign-language students and teachers to Bill 96

Students and teachers at Montreal's CEGEPs are bracing for major cuts to the languages they can study and teach because of Quebec's French-language reform law.

Almost 4 months into Montreal school bus strike, frustrated parents want government action

Parents are urging the government to intervene in the school bus strike that has left some 15,000 Montreal students without transportation for the past four months.

Concordia, McGill to take Quebec to court over tuition hikes for out-of-province students

The two Montreal English universities are both taking separate legal action following a significant drop in applicants.

Aspiring Olympic athletes show off their skills in Montreal

With the Paris 2024 Olympic Games fast approaching, young athletes tried to catch the attention of talent scouts at the RBC Training Ground on Sunday.

As Christmas nears, striking Quebec teachers do what they can to help each other out

It may have looked like a holiday shindig, but the educators gathered at the Maison de Jeunes d'Anjou this weekend weren't celebrating. Like their colleagues across the province, they're collecting and handing out donations to fellow teachers in need. 

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