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Theresa Bianco with Concordia's psychology department talks about the critical role of psychology in Olympic athletes.
Isabelle Demers of Regroupement Partage explains how low-income families are getting assistance as school begins
Dave Kaufman is going to concert after concert
Dr. Karl Weiss on why one-third of prescription for antibiotics are not necessary, and putting our species at risk.
Mike Weston is a former alcoholic who has founded a new Anglo addiction treatment centre in NDG.
Paco the parakeet has been found safe and sound and stopped by CTV Montreal so his owner could discuss his birdnapping ordeal.
The first federal minister fully dedicated to gender issues, Patricia Hajdu is helping to develop and implement a strategy against gender-ba
Concordia political science professor Graham Dodds on another week filled with controversies in the American election.
Theology professor André Gagné on why Aaron Driver and others are being seduced by a radical interpretation of religion.
McGill professor Vedat Verter on why hazardous materials are transported by road
Psychology professor Therea Bianco explains how Olympic athletes are able to compete through incredible pressure.
Structural engineer Hellen Christodoulou on what inspections of the Met after Tuesday’s fire will entail.
Carminda Mac Lorin on left-wing thinkers and activists brainstorming on global economic policies
Kayaker Emilie Fournel discussed what it feels like to compete in the Olympics and following in her father's footsteps.
Montreal Pride's Jean-Sebastien Boudreault on this year's festivities, the first since a mass shooting in Orlando.
Kent Nagano on the Symphony’s flurry of concerts
Ken Connors takes over from Dave Fisher starting August 20
Dr. Brian Ward, infectious disease expert, on Zika being spread in the United States.
Jason Rockman of Slaves on Dope and Chris Kells of The Agonist promote the music festival
Gabrielle Coleman of McGill on how the Democratic National Convention was hacked
Montreal Economic Institute V.P. Jasmin Guenette on the actual effects of gentrification on a neighbourhood’s inhabitants.
Comedienne Aparna Nancherla on finding laughs in depression and the mundane.
Comedian James Mullinger discusses a new film based on his life, the art of telling jokes and the culture shock of moving to Canada.
Just For Laughs COO Bruce Hills on Mike Ward, why good comedy can be harsh and how the festival knows its audiences.
Ragweed season starts soon and may be affecting your pets. Enid Stiles discusses symptoms and solutions.
Sebastien Dallaire with research group Ipsos is looking at the early polls in the hotly contested U.S. leadership race.
Concordia University Professor Fenwick McKelvey explains the appeal of the stunningly popular game Pokemon Go.
Andrew Fazekas discusses his new book on the science behind the Starship Voyages.
Universite de Montreal doctoral student Vahid Yucesoy explains what an attempted coup means for the people of Turkey.
Concordia University professor Kyle Matthews discusses a new training program aimed at countering violent extremism.