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The cartoonist known as Aislin discusses Montreal and his 47th collection of art
Antonia Maioni analyzes the impact of Bill 10, which will reduce administration.
Enid Stiles says pet owners are mis-using medication which is leading to big problems.
Marcus Tabachnick of the Quebec English School Boards Assn. responds to a growing movement to eliminate school boards.
Mayor Denis Coderre answers viewer questions about potholes and restoring St. Laurent Blvd. to its former glory in our new segment Talk of the Town.
McGill's Dr. Judes Poirier explains the myths and misunderstandings about the progressive disease in his book Alzheimer's Disease: The complete introduction
The mother and daughter will sing their final show together Saturday.
The Concordia University religious professor writes about why American tourists are eager to visit the Middle East.
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson on how the government needs to cut spending. Meanwhile Stephen Harper insults Canadians repeatedly, and they don't care.
McGill Prof John Hall discusses how the post-referendum Scotland situation will affect Quebec.
The political columnist has a new book about the 1995 referendum and what key players were expecting to happen afterward.
Fabienne Colas is the founder of the film festival, now in its tenth year.
Sebastien Dallaire of Leger says polls show Quebecers want the government to cut costs, but recognize it’s a difficult task.
Sarah Annie Guenette came with canine grooming tips and news about Sunday’s SPCA fundraiser.
Aaron Rand, Terry DiMonte and Bill Brownstein complain and complain
Dr. Manuel Borod explains how patients and families deal with palliative care for those who will die.
Jean Lapierre says the PQ visitors to Scotland are taking steps that they criticized people doing in 1995
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.
There is help available for those who are contemplating suicide, or who are worried about a friend or loved one taking their own life.