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Gwen Nacos founded what became the Cedars Cancer Support network.
Dr. Paul Allison of McGill on why six million Canadians are not getting their teeth checked.
Sex therapist Laurie Betito on mature sex in the September years.
John Hall of McGill University reviews the roots of Scottish separatism just two days before a historic vote.
McGill professor Morag Park talks about the Smart Palate Cookbook, the proceeds of which will go toward The Rosalind and Morris Goodman Cancer Research Centre.
McGill’s Daniel Weinstock on the historic separation referendum in Scotland.
Robert Englund is best known for being Freddy Krueger, but he is so much more. Including afraid of clowns.
Stephane Giroux sums up two and a half years of witness testimony, and explains what will happen next.
Donald Cuccioletta explains why Barack Obama is ready to go to war to stop Islamic State
Jean-Martin Aussant said the current crop of candidates are useless. Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson explain how he's working with Jacques Parizeau
Neuroscience professor Daniel Levitin’s new book The Organized Mind explains why you lose your keys.
Dr. Caroline Quach of the Montreal Children’s Hospital explains a spreading illness known as enterovirus D68.
Defence attorney Eric Sutton on how prosecutors and defence attorneys haggle on jurors.
Pollster Sebastien Dallaire checks which way the wind is blowing for the next elections and for a PQ leader in a conversation with Mutsumi Takahashi.
Political Analyst Bruce Hicks weighs in on the Premier Couillard's desire to ink the 1982 Constitution.
Brian Rotsztein, internet marketing expert, came in to talk about how to make sure our digital information stays secure.
South Shore author Kim Thuy talks to Mutsumi about her latest novel, Man.
Linda Rutenberg explains how she used Kickstarter to get a book of her photos out.
McGill’s Maria Popova analyzes the latest military upheaval in the Ukraine.
Controversial construction magnate Tony Accurso will take the stand at the Charbonneau Commission despite attempts to avoid it.
Lori Rubin has advice on how kids can cope with the start of a new school year.
Sibel Ataogul is suing the city of Montreal and the police department in eight class-action lawsuits stemming from the student protests of 2012.
Enid Stiles explains what her organization does for animals in need.
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson offer their take Yves Bolduc, Mario Beaulieu, and other politicians.
McGill Prof Vedat Verter discusses a new train safety report.
Myroslava Gongadze talks to Mutsumi Takahashi about the killing of her husband Georgiy Gongadze in the Ukraine.
Claudine Cook from ALS Quebec talks about how funds from the ice bucket challenge will be used and the state of ALS research.
Professor Harold Chorney says that Bill 3 is a tough one to swallow for municipal workers, in an interview with Cindy Sherwin.
Karine Raynor is curator of the MUHC Art and Heritage Centre, which has a new exhibit about nursing
Kyle Matthews of the Institute for Genocide and Human Rights explains the violence at the core of ISIS.
There is help available for those who are contemplating suicide, or who are worried about a friend or loved one taking their own life.