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Projet Montreal leader Valerie Plante talks about her hopes for the party, and getting ready for the municipal elections.
Aphrodite Salas is co-chair of the annual fundraising event taking place on May 29.
Marie-France Larochelle of the Botanical Garden on getting ready for spring.
Luke Healy of the Montreal Neurological Institute on how researchers are making microglia, an immune cell in the brain.
The public face of Concordia University for 24 years, Chris Mota, is retiring.
Claude Sarrazin on why terrorists target places where people gather to enjoy themselves.
Political science professor Graham Dodds discusses Trump's first presidential international trip.
Puppetry expert Mark Sussman explained just how impressive The Giants in Montreal this weekend are.
The Mayor is proud of the party for Montreal's 375th
Filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin is one of 17 Montrealers who will be honoured for the city's 375th.
Montreal will host an all-day party Wednesday in celebration of the 375th anniversary. The commissioner Gilbert Rozon fills us in.
Contractor Walter Assi talks about where to begin when you're faced with the huge task of renovating and rebuilding post-flood.
Aldo Bensadoun of Aldo Shoes is donating $25M to McGill University for a new business school
Floods, rain, climate change: Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein and Terry DiMonte talk with Mutsumi Takahashi about what’s on Montrealers’ minds
Montreal has played a large role in advancing human rights worldwide than most realize. Concordia's Kyle Matthews explains.
Marlene Jennings and Gilles Duceppe discuss Couillard's handling of the emergency.
Antoine Rayroux of Concordia explains how a centrist outsider was elected president of France
Concordia University's research chair Damon Matthews discusses our climate state.
Dr Lucy Gilbert discusses The DOvEE Project on World Ovarian Cancer day.
Concordia University professor Antoine Rayroux casts a glimpse on the French election this far.
Germain Belzile of the Montreal Economic Institute on why Quebecers no longer want to buy liquor at the SAQ
Andree Castonguay of Concordia University discusses how anger and guilt can motivate cancer patients.
McGill Urban planning professor Richard Shearmur on how cities, unlike other governments, innovate.
McDonald’s restaurants are raising funds for their charity
Yana Karieva with Kids Help phone on a weekend fundraiser.
After 100 days in office, President Trump’s approval ratings are at a historic low. Political scientist Donald Cuccioletta explains what tha
Neurologist Dr. Alexandre Poppe talks about FAST, a campaign to help Quebecers learn the signs of stroke.
Montreal might have named a new traffic czar, but the Gripes crew isn't so sure how much that will solve.
Abeille Gelinas is working with Montreal Digital Spring to show residents why the city is the world's digital arts capital
Gregory Charles is the new artistic director of the Lanaudiere festival.