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Michel Juneau-Katsyuma was one of the teenaged cadets at Valcartier when the grenade went off. He talks about what happened that day and the ombud report.
According to Sebastien Dallaire, vice president of public affairs at Leger Marketing, recent poll results suggest voters are looking for alternative to the Conservatives.
The discovery of planet Kepler 452b is a major breakthrough for the astronomy community.
Should we be worried about slow economic growth? Mathieu Bedard, economist with the Montreal Economic Institute, answers that question and more.
The London-born comic impressed audiences at The Ethnic Show, and has several more shows this week in Montreal.
It's construction season, so of course the round table is griping about Montreal's never ending traffic nightmare.
Rachid Badouri is a big name in French Quebec comedy but not as much in English. He's aiming to change that at this year's Just for Laughs festival.
Comedian Alonzo Bodden, in town to host Just For Laughs' Ethnic Show, sits down with Mutsumi to talk about the intersection of race and comedy.
Sebastien Dallaire, vice president of public affairs at Leger Marketing, talks about summer campaigning ahead of the possible fall election.
Anita Kapuscinska and Alanna Devine from the Montreal SPCA talk about overcrowding and animal welfare laws in Quebec.
Greek Montreealer and pundit Jimmy Zoubris discusses the implications of the Greek referendum on the country and its people.
The actor, who also plays Dougal MacKenzie in Outlander, is at Montreal Comiccon this weekend.
Kyle Matthews on why Isis is moving into Egypt.
Jason Rockman explains the attraction of comic books, sci-fi films, and blockbusters.
Arnold Zwaig, director of wealth management for Scotia McLeod, analyzes the implications of the Greek economic crisis.
Montreal Gazette’s Bill Brownstein talks Jazz, Comedy and all the rest of the festival season.
Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein and Terry DiMonte complain about life in Montreal.
CTV Tech Carmi Levy expert says people using public Wi-Fi have to be careful about being duped by people pretending to be legitimate.
Donald Cuccioletta on the contrast between black and white identities.