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The PQ got a boost in popularity after Pierre Karl Peladeau was elected, but it may not have been as big as they wanted, as pollster Sebastien Dallaire explains.
Author Zachary Leader on his book The Life of Saul Bellow.
It’s a controversial study – Canadian researchers are comparing video gamers vs. non-gamers and how they pay attention.
Marc Renaud, ophthalmic technician at the Jewish General and the founder of the McGill Glaucoma Information Centre, talks about glaucoma.
Concordia’s Clarence Epstein explains why prices of art have risen so radically.
Those suffering from allergies can find relief with treatment, as Dr. Christine McCusker of the Montreal Children’s Hospital explains.
The Guzzo Family foundation is now helping support children dealing with mental illness. Maria Guzzo has written a book for the cause.
Alan Shepard of Concordia, Dominique Anglade of Montreal International and Andy Nulman of Just For Laughs talk Montreal economy.
Tara O'Brady is of Indian descent, had Italian neighbours and married a Canadian. Her cookbook Seven Spoons is quintessential Canadian cuisine.
Julie Tamiko Manning and Matt Miwa discuss the Tashme Project, a play at the MAI exploring little-known tales from Japanese internment camps.
Youri Chassin/Montreal Economic Institute. Comparing Liberal and Conservative tax breaks
Douglas Quint, founder Big Gay Ice Cream, explains his revolutionary New York City truck and his new book.
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson on the latest political developments, including the NDP win out West.
Joe Schwarcz tries to bring some scientific sense with his latest book Monkeys, Myths and Molecules.
Funerals can be hard to manage but Bridget Fetterly of Kane and Fetterly Funeral Homes has some steps on how to deal with the death of a loved one.
MacLean’s writer Martin Patriquin discusses Parti Quebecois leadership hopeful and Quebecor media magnate Pierre Karl Peladeau
Pollster Sebastien Dallaire on a massive political shift brewing in Western Canada.
The nominee for the Tory banner for the riding of Mount Royal explains why he’s running.
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson explain why the Conservatives did not want Robert Libman to win the nomination, and what the Liberals will do about Bill 101.
As many as 61,000 soccer fans are at the Big O to watch the Montreal Impact take on Mexico’s Club America.
Sylvia Martin-Larforge of the Quebec Community Groups Network met Education minister Francois Blais this week
Brooke Jeffrey, a political science professor at Concordia University, says the prime minister has a mission to disembowel the Liberals.
Doucet, with The Montreal Economic Institute, argues investing in wind energy, electric cars, and other energy choices should be left to private industry.
The first Quebecer to win the Carl Sagan Fellowship studies planets outside our solar system.
Alain Johnson is the director of the Kids Help Phone, and the fundraising event takes place on May 3 in Angrignon Park.
The professor of architecture at McGill University is obsessed with the Royal Victoria Hospital
Veterinarian Enid Stiles and Jennifer Conrad of the Paw Project argue that declawing cats is a form of abuse.
Don Macpherson and Jean Lapierre discuss a poll that suggests that the Couillard Liberal austerity program is popular with voters.
Pat Moriarty of Health Care Relocation describes what kind of planning is involved in transferring a hospital.