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Dr. Ron Postuma of the MUHC research institute on new criteria for the nervous system disorder
Gilles Duceppe discusses the Bombardier deal, and the PQ trying to align itself with Quebec Solidaire
More than 100,000 children were sent to Canada from the UK for their safety, and many ended up in tough conditions.
Another Super Tuesday has come, with primary votes in five US states. Donald Cuccioletta breaks down what’s at stake.
With the announcement that marijuana will be legalized next spring, questions remain on what form that legislation will take.
Dr. Joe Schwarcz discusses the ten plagues of ancient Egypt.
Lise Ravary on the latest polls, and how the Duffy outcome will affect federal politics
Geologist Christie Rowe explains the Ring of Fire and earthquakes in Japan and Ecuador.
Aphrodite Salas is co-chair for the Share the Warmth fundraiser
Dr. Eugene Bereza discusses federal legislation to allow doctors to end the life of a terminally ill patient.
Bowser and Blue discuss their new play, Last Night at the Gayety
Eliane Legault-Roy from community outreach group CLES talks about preventing teens from becoming prostitutes.
Kyle Matthews on why Canada has approved the sale of armoured vehicles to Saudi Arabia
Lise Ravary looks at how Amir Khadir is going after Jean Charest, and other political issues
The former chef de mission for the Canadian Olympic Committee said he was no longer able to lead.
Brian Smith explains why children need to learn how to handle money, and how you can teach them
Brian Wilde says the Canadiens’ managers don’t realize their team has a serious problem.
Marc Hamel of Statistics Canada on what the census is used for.
Youri Chassin of the Montreal Economic Institute on Quebec’s $4 billion energy policy to reduce fossil fuel use.
The Clinton-Sanders battle is getting nasty, and it seems Donald Trump’s lack of forethought may be his undoing.
Dr. Eugene Bereza is director of applied ethics at the MUHC
Lise Ravary looks at the anniversary of Philippe Couillard becoming premier
Ken Lester of McGill University explains the importance of the Panama Papers
The book is called Counterterrorism and Identities, Canadian Viewpoints.
Donald Cuccioletta on the fear of terrorism, immigration, and unemployment dominating political debate in the United States.
Former Expos announcer Rodger Brulotte on whether the Expos can, and should, come back to Montreal.
The GOP mudslinging has some Democrats certain not just of electing the president, but taking Congress as well
Paul Larocque of TVA was a close friend of Jean Lapierre. He joined Mutsumi Takahashi to remember his co-worker
Bilal Butt is a spokesperson for the Leucan campaign to support children with cancer. The Leucan shaved head challenge takes place on May 29