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McGill history professor Tassos Anastassiadis talks about the Syriza party winning the elections in Greece.
Josh Davidson visits to talk about a special week in Montreal devoted to the joy of steamed hot dogs.
Alan Shepard, president of Concordia, Dominique Anglade, president of Montreal International, and Andy Nulman, president of Just For Laughs
Political expert Donald Cuccioletta talks about what President Obama will tackle in his State of the Union address
A public conference of political cartoonists begins Tuesday. Human rights expert Kyle Matthews explains there is more religious violence silencing journalists.
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson talk about the charter and the candidates for the PQ leadership.
Retail expert Lorne Steinberg explains why Target failed their expansion into Canada.
Frederic Dion travelled solo to the South Pole of Inaccessibility, the hardest place to get to on Earth
Dr. Steven Grover of the MUHC examines the link between being anywhere from slightly overweight to obese and the length of your life
Melanie Joly, who was a candidate for Montreal mayoralty, talks about her new book which touches on politics in this age.
Sebastien Dallaire, vice-president for Leger, comments on the federal elections, scheduled for October, and on the provincial government’s austerity program.
How far does freedom of expression extend in this country? Lawyer Christopher Dimakos clarifies the laws.
Andre Gagné, theology professor at Concordia University, explains how Islam literally means submission
Dr. Yves Robert, president of the College of Physicians, on a new code for doctors
Terry Mosher, editorial cartoonist for The Gazette, believes many will react with fear to the deadly assault at Charlie Hebdo
Dr. Serge Gauthier was awarded the Order of Canada for his research at the Douglas Hospital.
Half Moon Run is just one of a few local acts that took off last year, according to CHOM's Jason Rockman.
Kyle Matthews of the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies weighs in on the ISIS threat in a chat with Paul Karwatsky.
Toula Drimonis visits to put the year's biggest party night into some perspective.
Dr. Sophie Gosselin of the Royal Victoria Hospital explains when you should get help for influenza
Lawyer Daniel Urbas represented the Lin family during the Luka Magnotta trial
Andrea Hall with tips on how to dress for New Year’s success.
Cellist Denis Brott, recently inducted into the Order of Canada, discusses his efforts at making musicianship more accessible.
Mutsumi Takahashi interviews American affairs Donald Cuccioletta about his suggestions for books to understand the United States
The premier discusses the challenges ahead in an interview with Paul Karwatsky.
Joe Schwarz offers a scientific cost-benefit analysis of holiday alcohol consumption in an interview with Mutsumi Takahashi.
Pierre Karl Peladeau, the MNA and media mogul who seeks to become the next Premier of Quebec talks politics with Mutsumi Takahashi.
Enid Stiles offers advice on keeping your animals safe during the holidays, and making sure they don’t bother allergic humans either
Don Macpherson and Jean Lapierre on the return of the Liberals and the rise of Philippe Couillard
Mutsumi Takahashi talks to Montreal comedian Sugar Sammy, who has ruffled some sensitive feathers lately by discussing the language issue.