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Dr. Judes Poirier discusses a link between a cholesterol gene and a dread disease, in an interview with Mutsumi Takahashi
Dr. Joe Schwarcz examines studies claiming the fruit can boost your libido.
Comedy team Maz Jobrani and Eon Gold explain their proposals to bring peace in a troubled land.
Mutsumi Takahashi chats with Professor Yves Pigneur about new tweaks to the standard business model.
Comedian Alonzo Bodden explains the craft of comedy in a chat with Mutsumi Takahashi.
Henri Habib talks to Mutsumi Takahashi about the latest developments in the conflict between Hamas and Israel.
Dr. Reza Farivar, scientific director of traumatic brain injury at the Montreal General Hospital, dropped by to talk about the brain and brain injuries.
Repercussion Theatre’s Paul Hopkins tells of his group’s mission to popularize the Bard.
Dr. Ronald Fraser discusses the mental health factors that contribute to alcoholism in a chat with Mutsumi Takahashi.
Dr. Patricia Conrod discusses the issue of binge drinking among teens in a conversation with Mutsumi Takahashi.
Has enough been done to alleviate fears of another transport oil disaster? Sidney Ribaux of Equiterre says no.
Enid Stiles on how to avoid dog-related illnesses.
Dr. Richard Massé offers methods of coping with the heat in an interview with Mutsumi Takahashi.
Kristian Gravenor discusses the latest local trends in crowdfunding in an interview with Mutsumi Takahashi.
Sunny Handa on what to expect when anti-spam legislation comes into effect Tuesday.
Andre Menard talks to Tarah Schwartz about some upcoming goodies at the festival.
Stephane Giroux looks at what the Charbonneau commission has accomplished, and what it still needs to do.
Gripers Bill Brownstein, Terry DiMonte and Aaron Rand suggest Montreal build parking towers, save money on a soccer stadium, and do things better
Kayakers and Canoers are vying for spots as the World Championships loom
Dr. Joe Schwarcz explains what aspirin can and cannot do, but cautions other lifestyle changes have a larger effect.
The Park Ex born-and-raised comedian now lives in LA. He's performing The Ethnic Show for Just for Laughs
Anthony Boeckh explains how the Douglas Institute will lead research into 11 to 25 year olds.
Kyle Matthews of Concordia University's genocide and human rights studies explains ISIS: the Islamic state of Iraq and Al-Sham.
Jack Jedwab discusses a new study that reveals huge differences in the way Quebecers see their national holidays.
Manon Masse of the Quebec Solidaire reflects on what to make of the provincial political scene in an interview with Mutsumi Takahashi.
Aaron Rand, Terry DiMonte and Bill Brownstein complain about union protests, sinkholes, Mario Beaulieu and more
Luka Lecavalier of Lucille's Oyster Bar brings in a seafood platter.
Concordia's president and vice-chancellor Alan Shepard talks about innovation, the topic of a conference last week organized by the International Economic Forum of the Americas.
Her play at the Fringe Festival is an autobiographical story of love, loss, and kleptomania
Donald Cuccioletta on how Clinton is portraying her softer side
Jonathan Valois, former PQ MNA and past-president, on the future of the Bloc Quebecois.
Syvie Massia and Rene Tapp's daughter Stephanie died in a car crash six years ago
Thousands headed to Normandy to mark the 70th D-Day anniversary. Derek Conlon accompanied his father Frank on the trip.
Master Cicerone Mirella Amato discusses her new book about the amazing beverage.
Bruno Delorme of Concordia University looks at whether it's worth public money to keep the Grand Prix in Montreal for ten years.
As the National Assembly wraps up the spring session, Don Macpherson looks at whether the Liberals really will tackle the deficit
McGill law professor Angela Campbell has also written Sister Wives, Surrogates and Sex Workers: Outlaws by Choice
Dr. Michael Libman of the MUHC talks about Lyme disease, which is spread through ticks and seems to be on the rise in the Monteregie area.
Dr. Peter Chan will be giving out prostate exams on June 12 at Complexe Les Ailes.
Youri Chassin of the Montreal Economic Institute analyses the first Liberal budget.
Don Mcpherson looks at the lack of surprises in the Liberal budget, and the PQ's going-away party for Pauline Marois
The finance minister and world-renowned economist explains what is in store for Quebecers.
Don Macpherson says the government is always shocked to find spending is worse than expected, and they always try cuts early in mandate
Eugene Lapierre of Tennis Canada on how Canada is training young talent.
Jim Pfaus of Concordia University on how children are getting sex education from pornography, and what parents should be doing
Vanier College student Susana Dutra is being awarded for going into a non-traditional female workplace and learning a new skillset.
Kristian Gravenor of Coolopolis on the changes to commercial storefronts
Radio stations are raising funds for the Montreal Children's Hospital
Robert Gagné of the Institut du Quebec says the government doesn't need more money, it just needs to make better decisions
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson discuss Brian Mulroney, Pierre Karl Peladeau, Gaetan Barrette and more.
Haldis Holst of Education International is hosting the Unite for Quality Education conference.
Dr. Beatrice Wang of the MUHC on the rise of melanoma and other preventable skin cancers.
Francine Pelletier on the similarities and differences between Elliot Rodger and other mass murderers.
Pina Arcamone of the Missing Children's network explains why getting word out quickly is so important.
Robert Englund, better known as the serial killer with the claw, is coming to Comiccon this fall.
She's had her own health issues but keeps working to help other children.
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson analyze the beginning of the short spring session.
The kinesiologist professor is speaking at an exercise summit for mtlphysiquementactive.ca
Peter Sergakis, the president of the Quebec Bar Owners' Association says watching playoff TV in an arena should not be considered a live event.
Councillor Marc-Andre Gadoury discusses a McGill report on bicycle theft
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson on Julie Boulet's testimony and Gilles Duceppe's decision not to challenge for the PQ leadership.
Patrik Marier, Concordia University, researcher explains why governments need to focus on the aging population.
Lawyer Christopher Dimakos on how Tom Harding, Jean Demaitre and Richard Labrie were led into court to face Lac-Megantic charges -- and if it was necessary
Denburke Reid explains why at-risk youth need to be praised before it is too late
Professor of Human sexuality Viviane Namaste explains a project to bring history to pedestrians.
Kyle Matthews, president of the Canadian International Council in Montreal, on how Russia is breaking international law.
Gino Berretta says the Shiners already have $115 million, and are launching a cross-country trip to raise $15 million more
Will hockey-mad fans take out their frustrations with idiotic violence?
Andre Poulin of the Downtown Montreal Merchants' Association explains what will be done to stop rioters.
Cleaton Daley and Gassim Bangoura arrange scholarships for deserving young men and women.
Grand Chief Serge Simon speaks about plans to works with band council to repair the split in Kanesatake.
Dr. Alain Bouthillier of the CHUM was climbing Mt. Everest to raise funds for epilepsy research
Team Canada champion Caroline Ouellette will be one of the notable hockey players on the ice this weekend for the 11th Annual Media-Celebrity Hockey Marathon
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson say the PQ is blaming Drainville for the election loss but point out that nobody denounced his Charter of Values
The woman who would be mayor wants to get more young people involved in politics.
Author Julie Daniluk argues that foods which counter inflammation can help you stay slim.
Lori Graham talks to people raising money for the McDonald's charity.
Dr. Joe Schwarcz explains how information without critical thinking is a dangerous thing.
Broadcaster and environmental writer Gillian Deacon joins Mutsumi Takashi to discuss her latest book: Naked Imperfection, A Memoir.
Aaron Rand, Terry Dimonte and Bill Brownstein join Mutsumi in studio to discuss, and vent a little, about the week’s latest news.
Former Microsoft executive turned literary advocate John Wood joins Mutsumi Takahashi in studio to discuss his Room to Read organization
Don Macpherson and Jean Lapierre on how the PQ never sought a legal opinion on its Charter of Values
Mutsumi Takahashi discusses a hot new novel based on a fabled Russian leader.
Mutsumi talks with an author who says that women without kids deserve more respect.
Pundit Jonathan Valois on the Parti Quebecois' attempt to remain relevant.
Mutsumi interviews Laura Calder, author of the hot new Paris Express cookbook.
A former Alouette discusses a hotline for kids.
Elected on April 7t, Manon Masse became the third MNA to sit in the National Assembly for Quebec Solidaire. She joined Mutsumi in studio this afternoon.
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson analyze Philippe Couillard's government team
Did Premier Philippe Couillard make wise decisions in naming his cabinet? Political analyst Jean Lapierre weighs in.
Sean Michaels, blogger and author of the new book "Us Conductors," drops by to talk about his book and play the theremin, an early electronic musical instrument.
Enid Stiles says many other western countries have banned the practice, which consists of amputating the joints of a cat's paw.
Judith Patterson, associate professor of geology at Concordia University, says landslides can happen anywhere and gives a tip on how homebuyers can protect themselves.
Brian Rotsztein explains how the security bug works, and what steps you need to take.
Pundits Don MacPherson and Jonathan Valois analyze the illegal fundraising allegations laid against the Liberals.
Margaret Trudeau and Melanie Joly talk about women's health-care issues and the Shoppers' Drug Mart Run for Women.
City official Aref Salem talks to Cindy Sherwin about measures to increase taxi driver security, following the death of cabbie Ziad Bouzid.
Borough councilor Christine Gosselin came in to talk about Muralité, a program that aims to stave off graffiti by allowing artists to create murals.
Executive committee VP Harout Chitilian explains a forthcoming high-tech snow removal service in an interview with Paul Karwatsky.
The Gazette's Don Macpherson says Couillard's majority government will give him time to deal with any damaging Charbonneau revelations.