Sarah Deshaies

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Sarah Deshaies

Morning Show Producer, Weather Presenter

Sarah Deshaies produces the Andrew Carter Morning Show and also provides weather updates throughout the morning. You may have heard in the past as a CJAD 800 reporter and host. Catch her weekend calendar every Friday at 8:20am. 

  • Sarah's Weekend List, May 20-23

    Circus for families, circus for just the adults. Beer garden. Engelbert, Jann, Rufus and Lil Baby. Nurses see April Fools for free. A motorcycle ride. Escape to the French Riviera.
  • Sarah's Weekend List, May 13-15

    The Magic Flute. Sketch comedy. Forest bathing. Tiny books. Onstage: adultery, mental health, Carrie and eco-anxiety. The real history of tap. Kids in the Hall. Shoresy.
  • Sarah's Weekend List, May 6-8

    Spring blooms, celebrating space, cleaning up Mount Royal, Kentucky Derby, poutine, musicals and more, a sweet story and Avril reschedules!
  • Sarah's Weekend List, April 29-May 1

    Lunar ballet and stellar orchestral pieces, a punk princess reigns, AI-powered cellos, outburst at the wedding, theatre for kiddos and - poutine!
  • Sarah's Weekend List, April 22-24

    Scooby-Doo solves a mystery in Laval. Pipeline in English; YidLife Crisis, en francais. Daring new circus début. Return of Russian Doll and The Flight Attendant.
  • Sarah's Weekend List, April 15-18

    The Insectarium emerges anew from its chrysalis. Jack White's phone-free show. Last chance to see Illumi! Afrique en Cirque. Ukrainian Federation hosts a fundraiser.
  • Sarah's Weekend List, April 8-10

    Musical Box. Monster cars! Snail Mail. Sitting in Nick Cave's office. Adieu, Monet!
  • Sarah's Weekend List, April 1-3

    Concert for Peace. A good deal for a great meal. Nick Cave. Joey Elias. Billy Talent. Kismet. Knitting and punk flea markets. And strip and sing!
  • Sarah's Weekend List, March 25-27

    Teenage love at the ballet. An epic, spacey matinee. And not one but two fun circus shows at La Tohu. Exploring Inuit women's craftwork. Breaking out of the narrative. Passion and fashion in Bridgerton and The Gilded Age. Plus, Oscar picks!
  • Sarah's Weekend List, March 18-20

    Happy St Patrick's Day weekend! The parade is back! Plenty of musical talent in town, and some funny people, too. And: the return of the Strip Spelling Bee!
  • Sarah's Weekend List, March 11-13

    Eating well for cheap in Old Montreal. Jake Clemons pop up show for Ukraine. Cats and Harlem Globetrotters. Sweater dance duo. Joey Elias. Turning Red. Andy Warhol's diaries.
  • Sarah's Weekend: March 4-6

    Final weekend to grab that tir d'érable at Quartier des spectacles, wrassling, Moana on Ice, stories of love and "the worst" at Centaur - and celebrate New Year's Eve (in March)!
  • Sarah's Weekend List, February 25-27

    Ideas for your spring break! Celebrating at the close of Black History Month. Not one but two circus shows in town! And not one but two skating destinations downtown! Nuit blanche is back, with an earlier night than usual. And an SNL alum returns after a big year.
  • Sarah's Weekend List, February 18-20

    Montreal en lumière. Science for kids! Best of Broadway. New shows for arts fans. And grab your skis and skates! Wordle alternatives.
  • Sarah's Weekend List, February 11-13

    Catching up with Oscar. The untold stories from Quebec’s hip-hop scene. Visit Greenland from your bean bag chair. Theatre for kiddoes, at home. Black History Month.
  • Sarah's Weekend List, February 4-6

    Groundhog Day Movies. Black History Month. Disco skating. Shopping for deals. Trains, large and small. Lighting up the night! Adieu, Carrie…for now
  • Sarah's Weekend List, January 28-30

    Lighting up the night in Laval. Poking fun at the pandemic. A trip to New York's Gilded Age. Kristen Bell's new satire. Last chance, Yusuf Karsh!
  • Sarah's Weekend List: January 21-23

    Montreal, Laval and much of southern Quebec are under an extreme cold warning for Friday and Saturday morning, so take lots of precautions, whether you’re headed out for a walk or errand, or an outdoor activity.
  • Sarah's Weekend List, January 14-16

    Despite ongoing health restrictions, there are fascinating museum exhibits to check out, illuminating outdoor displays - as well as snow volleyball for the truly brave. Plus, online performances to stream from the comfort of your couch.
  • Sarah's Weekend List, December 17-19

    Two spins on The Nutcracker. A Holiday Quartet. A visit to the Mill in the Forest. Where to spot a giant whale downtown. Opportunities to shop local. And a one-woman bicycle show.
  • Sarah's Weekend List, December 10-12

    A community rallies. The Nutcracker, revamped. Where to shop local for the holidays. Lotsa wrestling action. And if you can't fly south, at least you can see Bahamas at the Corona.
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