CTV News at Noon
Compelling and relevant, this is the spot for interviews with experts on subjects on the news that people are talking about.
Arnold Zwaig, director of wealth management for Scotia McLeod, analyzes the implications of the Greek economic crisis.
Montreal Gazette’s Bill Brownstein talks Jazz, Comedy and all the rest of the festival season.
Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein and Terry DiMonte complain about life in Montreal.
CTV Tech Carmi Levy expert says people using public Wi-Fi have to be careful about being duped by people pretending to be legitimate.
Donald Cuccioletta on the contrast between black and white identities.
The former MP is leading a committee trying to save school board elections.
Gabrielle Trepanier-Jobin studies gender and gaming. She’ll be talking this week at a symposium at the Grande Bibliotheque
Patrick Leroux of Concordia University discusses the Circus Arts Festival
Paul Clarke from Action Refugies Montreal talks about the plight of some 60 million refugees online.
Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein and Dave Kaufmann vent about politics and more
Don Macpherson looks at Couillard's success, Peladeau's positions, and Legault's frustrations
McGill Dean of Medicine David Eidelman explains where the medical school fell short and whether this will affect the school's reputation.
The 9th annual Procure walk of courage takes place Sunday June 21
MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred shares his thoughts on whether or not Montreal could see a return of the Expos soon.
Lyme Disease is in the woods around Montreal, and is becoming more prevalent. Enid Stiles explains
Sebastien Dallaire of Leger looks at the reasons behind Duceppe’s return to lead the Bloc Quebecois.
Canada Soccer Association President Victor Montagliani talks about attendance of the Women’s World Cup Soccer championships.
Bloc Quebecois leader Gilles Duceppe discusses coming out of retirement and the shift in public opinion on sovereignty.
Donald Cuccioletta explains why so many people want to be president of the United States.
Joseph Polossifakis of Canada’s fencing team is among those demonstrating their sport.
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson on Gilles Duceppe, Jean-Martin Aussant, Bill 62, a police pant law and Brian Mulroney.
Lawyer Remy Bourget of Quebec Inclusif comments on the newly-minted Bill 62 to deal with face coverings in the Quebec public service
Antonia Maioni examines what Duceppe’s return will mean for the Bloc and Quebec.
Arlene Lund is a lifelong knitter who wants to wrap the world in wool. She'll be at Atwater Library on June 13
Family lawyer Sylvie Schirm on how Quebec’s civil code will be updated
The doctor, cabinet minister, and commissioner of languages has written a memoir about growing up in Montreal.
Bill Brownstein, Terry Di Monte and Aaron Rand moan and whine the Grand Prix, urban chickens, and the apparent surplus of parking in Montreal
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson compare and contrast the PQ leaders.
Dr. Beatrice Wang explains the reality of sunblock and avoiding melanoma.
Silcoff and Jacquie McNish have written the book about Blackberry’s rise and fall. He will be signing books at Paragraphe on Tuesday June 2 at 5 p.m.