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Television host and anchor Leslie Roberts is returning to Montreal, this time to appear on the airwaves of CJAD radio.
Recommendations on electoral reform are far from being unanimous. Liberal MP Francis Scarpaleggia is the chair of the special committee.
What on earth is happening at Montreal’s English school boards? Obviously there’s enough to warrant serious government and police attention.
Montreal Symphony Orchesta director Maestro Kent Nagano is bringing piano and violin lessons to kids in Kindergarten.
McGill University Faculty of Dentistry Dean Paul Allison on the link between healthy teeth and a healthy body.
Daniel Rotman of the NDG Food Depot
Teresa Dellar, executive director and co-founder of the West Island Palliative Care Residency has been awarded the Meritorious Service Cross
Fidel Castro visited Montreal in 1959, just four months after he took power if Cuba. He came because of an invitation from Claude Dupras.
A video to celebrate Montreal’s 375th birthday has been pulled because it had no people of colour in it. Fo Niemi speaks about systemic raci
The NDG Food Depot's Daniel Rotman on the organization's upcoming 30th anniversary.
Black Friday, first snow and Highway 136 – the Gripes are back with Aaron Rand, Terry DiMonte and Bill Brownstein
It has been two weeks since Donald Trump was elected as the next president of the United States. Political scientist Donald Cuccioletta has
Traffic in Montreal is a challenge. Traffic analyst Rick Leckner sits on Montreal traffic committee.
Just how far does secret government surveillance go? Mathieu Bedard with The Montreal Economic Institute weighs in.
Space Concordia’s Nicholas Moore on his student club’s mission to send a satellite into space.
Many Canadians say they don't like that Americans voted for Donald Trump, but they understand why they did.
Native Women's Shelter's Vicky Boldo on the outrage over the lack of charges after allegations of sexual abuse towards Native women.
Anthony Housefather is shepherding Bill C-16 which will change the criminal code
Dr. Joe Schwarcz on what having a climate change denier in the White House will do for the world’s environment
Montreal’s mistress of the macabre has a new book of short stories
Lawyer Peter Kirby analyzes the trade agreement with the European Union.
Miranda Esmonde-White writes about chronic pain
Noah Richler has written a book about his experience as an NDP candidate in Toronto
The Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art's John Zeppetelli on a new exhibit dedicated to Leonard Cohen that opens next year.
Bill Brownstein, Terry Di Monte and Aaron Rand remember Leonard Cohen, and vent about the US election
Christine Long met the singer multiple times. She discusses his dark nature and his reflections on mortality
Gilles Duceppe and Marlene Jennings on what they expect will happen when Donald Trump moves into the White House
Donald Cuccioletta evaluates the election of Donald Trump.
Sebastien Dallaire of Ipsos on the polls. Hillary Clinton lost the election by a total of 108,000 votes in 3 states.
Sebastien Dallaire of Ispos on which states matter in the U.S. election.