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Pina Arcamone of the Missing Kids Network on the high number of reported runaways.
Germain Belzile of the Montreal Economic Institute believes a government quota on sales will make cars more expensive.
Andrew Barbacki discusses fetal death and Canadian law.
Patrick Carpentier, spokesperson for the formula E race discusses what Montrealers can expect once the race kicks off this week.
Former police officer Will Prosper discusses the upcoming consultations on systemic racism.
Samer Majzoub, president of the Canadian Muslim Forum, reacts to Quebec City’s referendum and the dire need for a Muslim burial ground.
Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein, and Dave Kaufman whinge about fountains, rodeos, and Metallica.
Geography and Planning professor Pascale Biron on whether homes should be rebuilt in high-risk flood zones
Jean-Francois Belanger of McGill's Centre for International Peace and Security Studies on the escalating threat from North Korea.
Teresa Dellar, Executive Director of the West Island Palliative Care Residence, and Noah Neuberth, a student volunteer.
Dr. Joe Schwarcz separates fact from fiction when it comes to the benefits of olive oil.
Weather specialist Mark Sirois talks about the difficult spring and what lies ahead for the rest of the summer season.
The Gripes talk about the traffic czar's unemployment, the Fleuve-Montagne project and monkey selfies.
Senior wealth advisor Arnold Zwaig of ScotiaMcLeod on the good and bad of the rising interest rates.
Just for Laughs starts tonight. Bruce Hills, JFL's chief operating officer, has been called the most powerful man in international comedy.
The story of Omar Khadr and his recent settlement has sparked much debate in Canada, and it's important to lay out the facts.
Ten years on, Shazamfest is one of Quebec's most successful independent festivals – where anything can happen. Ziv Przytyk is the founder.
Mylene St-Pierre of Head and Hands answers questions about the abortion pill.
A trauma coordinator at the MUHC gives advice for keeping children safe during summer.
Lowering speed limits, the controversial Parc Safari video and Molson is moving – Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein and Joey Elias gets some thing
A great world music gathering, 700 artists from 34 countries, the Festival des Nuits d'Afrique is here for 13 days
He played Gimli in Lord of the Rings and Sallah in Raiders of the Lost Ark – John Rhys-Davies is in Montreal for this week's Comiccon.
Street theatre performers from around the world are gathering in Montreal for 'We're Acting Out.' Andy Nulman explains.
Dawn Tyler Watson has been called Montreal's Queen of the Blues, and has won awards all over including the International Blues Challenge.
Quebec aims to have 1 million electric cars by 2030, but this is the least efficient and more expensive way to reduce greenhouse gases.
Veronica May Johnson, a Citizenship Judge, on what it’s like to officiate life-changing citizenship ceremonies.
Montreal's very own Sugar Sammy is all set to host two Just For Laughs galas, just part of a very busy year.
Animal behaviorist Enid Stiles on the dangers of leaving pets in the car on hot summer days.
Ian Howarth talks about the days when DJs and rock music were on the airwaves in his new book 'Rock'N Radio.'
TSN soccery analyst Noel Butler and organizer Paul Desbaillets give the details on the Goal MTL Canada Day celebration at Molson Stadium.